Footprints in the Sand

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I was honored to be the Guest on Author, Editor and Publisher, Teresa Shields Parker’s website today.


Do you need hope in the midst of a trial?

Do you feel like it will never end? Hang on, Jesus sees you! Jesus loves you! When you feel like you are all alone, and you only see one set of “footprints in the sand”, it is the footprints of the Lord; He is carrying you. Please see my post here!

Please visit Teresa’s website. Leave a comment and you can also receive the FREE resource called “Gift of Purpose” by Teresa Parker. Teresa has a new book soon to be released, “Sweet Grace” where she shares her journey while losing 250 pounds. You will want to subscribe to Teresa’s website.

May God bless your day!

Thank you!


Please leave a comment below and share how you have made it through a trial in your own life.

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About Brenda McGraw

Brenda McGraw is the founder of Ask God Today Ministries where a team of writers share hope and truth with others. She has a God-given dream to reach the masses with the gospel of Christ. Brenda is an author and speaker who reveals how to discover joy beyond the clutter of life. She draws from her own life experiences in the #1 Amazon Best seller,“Joy Beyond, 28 Days to Finding Joy Beyond the Clutter of Life”. She has two new books released. Finished, Top Ten Steps to Finish Writing a Book and Living Uncluttered, An Abundant Life Bible Study. Brenda lives in South Carolina with her husband, Jeff and one of their five children. She is a survivor of breast cancer and a heart attack. Despite the challenges she has endured, Brenda found peace through her relationship with Jesus Christ.
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