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  1. Bethany Davis says:

    Hi Natasha,

    I absolutely loved reading this touching post. Unfortunately, pride does die hard, and humbleness hurts. I have had to fight my own battles, and a lot of them on my own. It certainly isn’t fun by a long stretch😕 Sometimes when I fight my battles; my hands get clammy, my heart pounds, etc. I have to sometimes PUSH the words out of my mouth and passed my lips. There is always the satisfied feeling that I made said wrong right. I have seen pride go unchecked and what it does to a person and the people around that person: not a pretty sight.

    God Bless!
    Bethany Davis

  2. This is so, so beautiful. I want to be this kind of mother someday–to my own (future) children, Lord willing, and to others’. Thank you for this.

  3. I love this. I’ve been fighting the battle of pride with my kids and a few others in my life. I fight it myself, too. Sometimes I think pride is one of the biggest sins mankind deals with on a daily basis. It’s like a running a race on a track with hurdles. You jump over one, but there’s another and another and another. The race goes on and on and still you’re jumping over hurdles. Eventually, though you do get to the end and you look back and say “WOW! God got me through that.” 😀

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