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Wholly Healed

October 12, 2016
When I was younger and scraped my knee while playing outside or somehow got a small cut somewhere, I was always told to let that scab fall off instead of picking on it and pulling it off. Of course there were times that I didn’t heed that particular advice and pulled it off anyway. My relief was temporary because the cut or scrape that was covered  up by the scab (sans band-aid) began to bleed again. Unbeknownst to me, the scab was representative of the healing process. Such as it is with us, when we rush our healing process, we’ll start “bleeding” again and will have to start the process all over. It’s going to be a long day, but a good one which makes it a #WowGodDay. Just know that though the process may be long, frustration and tedious, take your time and have a WHOLLY HEALED WEDNESDAY!!!
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