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Danielle is a seminary wife, young stay-at-home mommy, and recent Cornell University alumna eager to share how freedom and truth beautifully come together in Christ. On her blog Free Indeed, she loves discovering God’s goodness in the everyday and extraordinary, exploring His Word through deep devotionals and faith-filled fiction.

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  1. Danielle,
    I can just see the picture you drew on that grassy quad…some memories just stay with us – especially the ones that give us hope. All those prayer requests that seem, to us, overwhelming….all the sin and evil in the world that we don’t understand….all the heartache and disappointment, fear, and anxiety that we deal with every day…all the doubts and insecurities….BUT, GOD. It all appears insurmountable, but, God is undaunted by it all. He looked at all the mess that was, and is, and will ever be and said, “I have the answer. ” In His inexplicable love and mercy He made a way for all of it. He made a way for forgiveness, healing, and hope. But, God….this Easter this is where my heart rests. Loved your post – so inspiring!
    Easter blessings,
    Bev xx

    • Amen, Bev! We can list out endless worries, problems, yearnings for more on this earth… BUT God is there, and the love He displayed through Christ is sufficient to answer every single one. What an amazing God we serve, what hope we have! Thank you for reading!

  2. Thank You Jesus for loving me enough to die for me. Thank You that you rose again! If You could do the ‘impossible’ and die for the sins of the whole world. And go on to do the ‘impossible’ and rise again. Then I know You can do the ‘impossible’ in my life, and the lives of all people!!!!! Thank You Jesus!!!!!!

    • Yes, I am very thankful that our secular university had a solid Christian fellowship group to grow in. We must pray that His will continue to shine on these campuses where so many are seeking truth!

  3. Danielle,

    I can visualize you and some students in a tent with hundreds of prayer requests. It seems overwhelming-the weight of the world’s problems and all the sin. That is until you remember God is victorious. Because He is risen, we can rise each day with fresh hope and show the world His vast immeasurable love for us. We need to be Easter people all the time commemorating the Risen Lord.

    Blessings 🙂

    • I agree! We should be “Easter people” faithfully year round! God’s grace at the cross and glory at the resurrection cannot be contained to one week of the year. Thank you so much for reading!

  4. Thank you! Please pray for my friend Jen, a single mom who just broke her ankle drastically and will be off work for at least 3 months. She is a semi driver and this is her clutch ankle, so she is struggling with faith, finances, and friends. thanks. Indeed HE has overcome the World, praise be to Jesus our Savior forever.

    • I am Praying! For peace in Jesus in this terrible storm! For healing and for God’s strength to face each day with Him! That this is a drawing-closer-and-closer-to-God-experience. Many PRAYERS! That is a very difficult place to be in!

  5. By ourselves, we can do nothing, absolutely nothing. But with God, all things are possible! My heart sings with thanks for His presence, His grace, His forgiveness, all His wonderful gifts. Have just the most Blessed Easter!