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Introducing the newest issue of the FREE Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine, publisher Jill Bond briefly describes several articles.

Issue 4 -- When Life Hurts is available world-wide via www.blwemag.com

Let’s admit it. Sometimes life just hurts. Sometimes we’re immersed in physical pain. While at others the pain is more emotional. The worst pain to me is always spiritual pain – especially of my own making.

But the good news in all of this is that God provides answers for us. When it is physical pain, through prayer and Bible study we can discern what actions He wants us to a take. With emotional pain, as in deep grief, only He can sustain us and get us through it. And with spiritual pain, that amazing, sacrificial blood of Jesus cures it all. That pain, though the worst for some because they seem to cling to it as if it were a lifesaver, can be the cause of so much joy for those who hand it over to Christ. He can take that hurt and transform it to purity, forgiveness, and redemption.

Sometimes the pain lingers, sometimes the pain dissipates, and sometimes it just disappears instantly. But in each and every instance of hurting, God can work a mighty work in who we are as people.

Join our writers in this issue as they learn more about our loving Abba Father who works miracles when our lives hurt.

Our Sister-in-Focus, Louise Carson, has triumphed marvelously with a life filled with complications and pain and yet, her praises reach His throne room.

We introduce several guest writers: Donna Conner, Krista Browning, and Emily Kirby. To give you some emotional white space, we add some practicality with apple recipes, soaking solutions, refurbishing examples, bread tie uses, computer fixes, and a custom nativity set plan. Our staff fills in the rest with articles.

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