With Jesus…back in the States

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August 7, 2006 by Isaac Hovet

It is good.

It is good to be home. It is good that I was in Germany. It is good.

It is good to see my family after 23 days of being apart. It is good that I went. It is good.

It is good to see friends here at home. It is good to recall all of the new friends I met. It is good.

It is good to know of God’s move around the world. It is good to know that he is at work here. It is good.

It is good to dream. It is good to step out in faith. It is good.

It is good to hold on to the present moment. It is good to hunker down and endure. It is good.

Life is good. Death is good. It is good.

God is good. God is good. It is good.

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