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  1. Hi Kathy,

    After reading your current post, I knew there were details I had missed over the last little while so I went on a search to “catch up” a little more in your story. WOW…it has been such a blessing to read how the Lord has been directing you and how you have surrendered all in obedience. I’m wondering…does your husband have a job now/still? How can I be praying more specifically for you? Were you able to keep your garden bench? πŸ™‚

    Thanks for sharing your heart. I love that it’s so much like His.
    Blessings, love and prayers,
    Joy

    • Kathy Schwanke

      Thank you Joy!
      My husband quit his job in Bismarck and is working for a farmer (for) now. The pay is less than half of what we are used to, so we are feeling it out. He is so much happier, and less stressed, but if financially the stress increases, not sure how that will go. His former job wants him back (the one he left last March) but he doesn’t want to commute that far again and if he goes back, we will probably move closer to the Twin Cities…

      Living in Limboland longer…
      πŸ™‚

  2. faye sutton

    Kathy,
    This is so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your journey – full of teachable truck loads. Blessings and love to you! ~ faye

  3. Kathy, what a roller coaster of emotions and energy-draining events! I admire and applaud your attempts to seek God’s will and to support your husband even when you were on different pages. There IS such comfort and peace when your hubby is seeking God and His desires more than anything.

    Perhaps we’ll see each other at Allume.

    Deb Weaver
    thewordweaver.com

  4. Kathy, what a beautiful, transparent, and faith-filled story. I will be eager to see what God has next for the two of you. For now, just stay faithful to the last word you heard from God. He will be sure to tell you the next step. Thanks for the encouragement to TRUST His heart.

  5. Oh I just love how God speaks, how He provides. It is always perfect. I’ve been in a similar type situation, except that we ended up in the place that gave me knots. But God’s been faithful each step of the way. I needed to read this today as thought of “the other place” popped into my head this evening. I had fresh opportunity to turn it over to the Lord.

    Where God guides, He provides. Yes and amen. Thanks for the encouragement. See you next month at Allume!

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