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Words of Wisdom by Meg Glidden

I grieve when I imagine my inevitable future and watch my health decline. There are days that I look for the good and other days I just cry in fear and anger. And that’s ok. Today I was reminded of what keeps me going: . . Though the battle rages We will stand in the fight Though the armies rise up against us on all sides We will not be shaken We will not be shaken We will not be shaken

For in the hour of our darkest day We will not tremble, we won’t be afraid Hope is rising like the light of dawn Our God is for us He has overcome . .

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