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How Dry Valleys and Dead Bones Come Alive

When prayers are not enough

A pile of dry bones, with a skull on top
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Words like “valleys,” “dry,” and “dead bones” sound terrifying. These are words that describe tests, trials, and dead or dying things.

Death is not the cessation of life.

Death is a feeling we experience when losing our first love. Remember? Or maybe we lost a mom, a dad…

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Thomas E. McDaniels

Thomas E. McDaniels

Aspiring writer and the guy behind https://thomasmcdaniels.com/ Twitter freak daily at https://twitter.com/ThomasMcDaniels. Social media nerd.

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