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Anna Delaney
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  • Grafton, OH
  • United States

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Lies Young Women Believe.

This book was written by Nancy Leigh DeMoss and Dannah Gresh.

Although there is some Salvation differences in this book, I learned alot.

It gives you a great prespective on how to identify 25 of the most common lies that this world tries to get you to believe. It brings out some good points about dating and relationships, the lies that can be told. It describes how you can get so caught up in a lie that it starts destroying your life instead of "fixing it"; which every lie evetually… Continue

Posted on August 15, 2009 at 10:14am


It seems to have a hold on me, but I know with God's help I can truly overcome it. Ive been trying to talk about it as much as possible and bring it out into the light so it can be worked on, and ever so slighty get rid of things causing this pride. Slowly but surely its been working its way out of my life. Of course my pride still shows its ugly face sometimes, but with grace, truth, and time it will be out of my life for good. I used to believe i could make it with this pride in my life, but… Continue

Posted on August 15, 2009 at 10:01am — 1 Comment

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God has given me the spiritual gifts of helps and encouragement, he has also blessed me with the ability to sing and play on a keyboard to lead in our worship to him on Sunday mornings.

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At 12:08am on October 19, 2009, Alex Thornhill said…
Nice meeting you also, sister!

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