Karen Budzinski

When the Battle is Won

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When are your battles won? When is the test aced? When is a marathon won? When is a car’s crashworthiness proven? BEFORE the battle. BEFORE the test. BEFORE the race. BEFORE the crash. How you get through your battles in life, your tests… how you run your race, and how you survive your crashes will not be determined at the time of the battles, tests, races or crashes, but will be determined by how ready and prepared you are. Parents,…

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My Sister, Diane

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My sweet little sister would have been 56 years old today. She wrote the words to the song “For Good” to me and gave me the CD before I ever heard it. It’s actually the song I would sing to her:  It well may be That we will never meet again In this lifetime So let me say before we part So much of me Is made of what I learned from you You’ll be with me Like a handprint…

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The Way to Avoid Family Problems

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Prov. 19:11    Smart people know how to hold their tongue; their grandeur is to forgive and forget. Prov. 19:11    A person with good sense is patient, and it is to his credit that he overlooks an offense. At the marriage seminar yesterday, I was talking about in James where it says that “In many things we ALL offend. If any man offend NOT he is a PERFECT MAN…” In other words, we are all going to trip up,…

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