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My name is Sharon Early. I'm a twenty-something Christian learning to live the abundant life with my sweet husband. I like books, running, yoga, funny TV shows, painting, and my cat Kevin.

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  1. I was also in my twenties when I was convinced of God’s love for me and from that defining moment in my life I was changed forever because it is so powerful to reach that realization and witness how God reveals His love to us all around us.

    I pray your words today convince others too.

  2. Oftentimes, I too forget of the presence of the love of God. What a remarkable reminder of his presence and love. He is here, there, and everywhere! Loving us to the remembrance of his undying love.

    • It’s amazing how His presence is so easy to forget for us sometimes, but when we stop long enough to let ourselves notice it, it is totally overwhelming.

  3. Wow, Sharon, this post brought tears to my eyes. I’ve wrestled with this too and I love what God showed you! Thank you so much for sharing this with us!

  4. — His great love for me was everywhere– Amen. What a beautiful {and needed} reminder for me as well. Thank you!

  5. tears ran down my face as I read this. may He richly bless you with understanding and peace all the days of your loved life. –dd

  6. I was in a post abortive class & as I sat by this old antique window, it started raining like in sheets against the old wavy glass & the thunder was Reverent, a friend of mine next to me agreed that dancing in this outside would be awesome, but we just soak the MOMeant in & knew forgiveness had came & He lavished us with a love line you rxperienced, so proud for you Godchick …blesSINGS

  7. Truly enlightening and deeply profound…..what a beautiful revelation you experienced..may all God’s children be washed in his reign……(rain)…..amen!

    • You reminded me of one of my favorite songs by the Gaither Vocal Band. I can’t recall the name of it right now but some of the lyrics are:

      And when my soul is dry and barren
      Panting for the Spirit’s rain
      So depleted, weak and empty
      Every resource used and drained

      Then the rains come, oh the rains come
      Gentle streams flow down the mountainside
      Filling rivers, rushing water
      To the valleys, bringing wondrous life

  8. Our whole existence is a reflection of God’s incomparable love. I love how He just used your obviously-receptive heart to convey that beautiful message to all of us! So thankful you shared what God shared with you.

  9. Sharon,

    So beautifully poetic! It is awesome how God will show us His love for us even when we don’t feel loved at all.

    While I’ve always been a Christian it wasn’t until late 30s early 40s that I truly got it. I was re baptized. Now in my late 40s I have days when stuff spews out and I’m not the kind of person I should be. I pray long & hard, read my Bible daily and look around to see the wonder of His love for me. Sometime I even question why He loves me so. Yet I see evidence of it daily!

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂