You know it’s God when the peace is there, but not the logic

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  1. Your trust and obedience in the midst of such shock, loss and despair are a testament to faith and will serve God’s good and perfect purpose. My story is a little different but the common note is having to let a child (children) go. Ours were foster children and we had no say in the matter. We had to be still and trust God, knowing that He is good. That His plan is good. He put our family back together 2 years later and we have since adopted both children. The waiting and uncertainty was hard but God was faithful. You and your daughter will be in my prayers.

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