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I began finding that writing in my journal was soul searching and healing. It sustained me during a difficult period in my life. It was a way for God to speak to my heart and keep me focused on Him. It brought clarity to spiritual matters. It was also a way for me to watch progress over the coming months; it was a way for me to look back at a time in my life, and then fast forward to a time and spiritual place where God had brought me since a time. Some of the articles I share herein in Inspiration and Hope are a compilation of those journal entries. Journaling continues to sustain me. I highly recommend it to everyone who wants to hear God and know God more intimately.
I hope you find Inspiration and Hope as much of a blessing to read as I have found it to write.
Copyright 2013 by Bill Hutzel