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Oct 21st
Article Is a Great Account for Those Who Were Not Present During the Ceremony PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 25 October 2010 13:04
Hi Jesse, So now, I have finally read your story. I think it will be a great account for those who have not had the privilege of sharing in such a precious moment. The ceremony was such a special uniting. The parts that were most poingnant to me that day were when Sister Grace Marie prostrated herself before the Lord, when she sang those final words of the Magnificat, and when she received her veil. Your account does a beautiful job of showing Sister Grace Marie's joy in the Lord and how special a life dedicated to prayer can be. I think everyone who reads Sister Grace's story will be touched and will be drawn to turn their faces to the Lord to pray for His same loving touch for them - isn't it what we all hope for? To be able to rest in the love of our Lord? Thank you for sharing your story with me. I know your publisher will be very pleased with such a special account. Also, thank you again for this evening - it was a lot of fun. It's always great to spend time with you folks. Thank you, Dawn

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