Hadassah Treu
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Hadassah Treu is an international Christian author, blogger, poet, and winner of the 2020 Encouraging Blogger Award. She is passionate about encouraging people in their faith and guiding them to walk deeply with God. Hadassah is a contributing author to several faith-based platforms, devotionals, and poetry anthologies.

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  1. You have made the hope of Christ’s coming personal yet universally practical for everyone. God will make all things new & better in His timing! Thank you for sharing your story to encourage all of us! Blessings, Hadassah.

  2. Thank you for this, Hadassah. I don’t remember ever thinking about God healing our memories, but of course that’s what he does as He heals our hearts from whatever pain and losses we’ve suffered. Thank you for the insight!

  3. I love the translation from Job there – “You will surely forget your trouble . . . Life will be brighter than noonday . . . ” I know in the moment it sure doesn’t feel that way, but His Truth prevails. I love how you brought out this truth, Hadassah, that God is the God of our memory. A valuable message!!

  4. I don’t know what you where going through loosing your Husband. One minute there here next there gone. A friend of mine lost her Husband during Covid suddenly. Not because of Covid. He just felt on well. God must have told him he not see out of the Hospital again. His wife said no you will be home to us again. He wasn’t. But yes she misses him. But this has kept her going. She knows she might not see him this side of earth again. He was saved. Know she will see him in glory with a bran new bodies and has that to look forward to. That keeps her going with God help and her family. So you have the same Hadassah. I know you always miss your Husband and wish he was here like my friend. There will be all your life good days and days you will cry missing him. Like my friend does on special occasions like when they got married had their first child. Plus hid Birthday. But she says what keeps her going is God’s love her family friends and Grandkids. Plus knowing she will see him again when her time up on earth in Glory with Jesus. Only for that she says she doesn’t know how she cope. Feel for you loosing your Husband. That keeps my Husband sister going to. But she if could have him back age would. He died of ill health was not well most of their married life. She was his carer. So my Husband sister keeps saying to me and her brother enjoy the time you have either and make lists of memories. So we are doing that next year for 30 years married. I say a prayer for you. Big big hugs. May you always know God close to you. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

    • Thanks so much, Dawn! Thanks for sharing the story of your friend and for your encouraging and kind words. Yes, we will always miss our loved ones but one day we will be together with them. In the meantime, we can rely on God’s comfort and strength to carry on. Blessings to you!

  5. Hadassah,

    So sorry for the loss of your beloved husband. May God send His peace & comfort to your soul. There are several scriptures that talk about God turning our mourning into gladness. Our sorrows will be no more. Jesus will heal us from the inside out. Great post.

    Blessings 🙂