• “There’s a big difference between a life that’s a performance, and a life that’s an offering. One holds us captive. The other sets us free.” – Susie Larson

Come Home by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 02/15/12

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: Lorna Wilkinson had just left her alcoholic husband of twenty–one years when she came across our radio program, Revive Our Hearts. There she learned about the forgiveness God is willing to extend to us. Soon she came to faith in Christ.

Right about that time she also received news that her husband had suffered a heart attack and was in the hospital. She was convicted to go there and forgive him for the pain and chaos he had brought to their home.

“The Lord spoke in my heart and said, ‘Go and whisper in your husband’s ear that he doesn’t have to worry about a place to live, to come home.’”

You can hear this moving story at ReviveOurHearts.com.

Lorna’s life and marriage were miraculously transformed. Four months later her husband had another heart attack and was suddenly taken home to be with the Lord. Now Lorna says,

“I can’t imagine where I’d be today if I hadn’t made the choice to forgive.”

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

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