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1-800-God Part 4: Say Thank You

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Visitor Comments: 10

(9) Emiel Gwosdz, January 17, 2013 8:31 AM

have confidence

I asked for strength - and God gave me difficulties to make me strong I asked for wisdom - and God gave me problems to teach me solve I asked for prosperity - and God gave me brain and brawn to work I asked for courage - and God gave me dangers to overcome I asked for love - and God gave me people ... in order to help I asked for favors - and God gave me opportunities I received nothing I asked, I received everything I needed! This is what we can expect from our great Shepherd Hashem. So do not think too far ahead, Hashem does on his time in the circumstances the best for ourselves and for others.

(8) Edwin Hissink, January 5, 2013 12:46 PM

you thought me :-)

Thank you

(7) Anonymous, January 2, 2013 4:00 PM

The only words I could say right now are "Thank You" Lori.

Lori, your words, your wisdom, your beautiful way of communicating are so inspiring. I love starting my day with you. I don't want this "series" to end. Thank you Lori and thank you Hashem for bringing her to me.

(6) Maria Dodoc, January 2, 2013 1:42 PM


Thank You!

(5) Basha, January 1, 2013 9:43 PM


you know, whatever mitzvah is achieved, it is only 50% of a good deed, the other 50% belongs to the recipient, just for being there! - so, in from my concept, one needs to do at least two mitzvahs to make a whole! childish, maybe but to be a donor, of whatever, is wholly satisfying.

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