1. These are beautiful words, Kayse. Deep and true. God didn’t just save you once–with His blood. He saved you again–from your own blood. I wonder how many other times He has done that for all of us? Perhaps from that car that just ran a red light. Or a from that fall from the playground equipment.

    Perhaps one day, when we’re face to face with the Almighty, we’ll finally know, and we’ll finally realize the full extent of His love.

    I’m so glad you were able to go to Allume. And I’m so glad you’re starting to breathe again.


  2. Kayse,
    You’ve told my story , and I am eternally grateful. This is the kind of fear and pain we don’t talk about enough in the Christian community. It’s too hard, almost like somehow we don’t have enough faith or aren’t worthy, somehow. We need to be having them though, because people are hurting, and they’re isolated.
    Thank you for being brave. God bless you for your bravery. Deeply breathe in His Grace.

  3. And then I cried big, ugly tears.
    Kayse, I felt like I was reading my own story, set in different circumstances. Friend, you called it out: the fists up, and believing God is good but struggling with the part where He could be good to me. I now have some processing to do…
    Thank you for this. Seriously.

  4. I’m so glad you found some relief. And I love when you said God corrected the story. I know this has been a hard year for you, but I also believe you’ll look back and be able to say, “Look what God did for me.” God’s faithfulness is real and you have a testimony that proclaims it.

  5. It was a beautiful moment and I was so blessed to hear you tell it. This is one of the most beautiful and transparent posts you have written friend. So proud of you!!

  6. I love that you’re sharing about this perspective. I too forget to give God credit when it was Him all along who did the working in my life. Wish I had taken more time at Allume to sit down and talk one on one with some people, including you, to talk through some of our stories like this. It’s one thing I’ll do differently in the future but this year I’m chalking it up to absolute exhaustion from the pregnancy fog and poor sleep. Either way, the time was a blessing to all!

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