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    Join me in discovering God as a good Father. A Father who reveals His nature not only in the times of peace and beauty, but especially in the trials and suffering of this life. The Esther of old was a voice for those lamenting; I hope to become one, too. Read more...

As I woke up and read another news heading of a mass killing in Las Vegas, Nevada, my soul groaned and cried out to God. How many times have we lamented on social media? We’ve changed our facebook profile pictures, hash-tagged the most recent #prayingfor___ and we continue to see a vicious cycle of violence […]

On the one hand, it’s easy for me to remember where I was when 9/11 happened sixteen years ago. I was at an elementary school tutoring a student in the library, when I saw on a television in the background a plane hit the first tower. I remember thinking to myself: this show doesn’t seem […]

A few years ago I began dating a wonderful man whose family had business providing healthcare, jobs and opportunities for developmentally disabled adults within the community. The majority of their clients required full time care, and I took a weekend to visit their staff and clients at their yearly summer camp. Towering over all of […]

After a seven month book tour, I am ready to take a break! Just yesterday I sent out an e-mail update to the subscribers at going into a little more detail of why now is the time to rest. Here are four passages to take a look at. What phrase do you notice that these four verses […]

How To Lament for Others » Esther Fleece - October 4, 2017 - 7:50 pm

[…] We’ve spoken in the past of how to leave ourselves time to lament. […]