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Holley Gerth
bestselling author * counselor * life coach * introvert. You see struggles, I see your God-given superpowers...let's find your cape.
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Holley Gerth 25s
You are in God’s care, and your tomorrow is in His hands. He is the One who loves you, who will never let you go, who can keep you through the darkest night until the dawn.
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Ever wanted to write? I create an online course: Be a Kick-Butt Writer by Friday: Beat the Seven Biggest Mistakes Writers Make so You Can Reach People and Your Potential
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Holley Gerth 24h
Have you ever come to a point in your life when you questioned if God was even there? , and I share our answers here:
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Holley Gerth Feb 20
It’s often in the moments when we feel weakest and most vulnerable that God exerts His strength on our behalf. 
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Holley Gerth Feb 20
We’ve all had nights full of questions. We stare at the clock as the minutes pass. What does "in peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, O Lord, will keep me safe" (Psalm 4:8) mean in times like those?
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Holley Gerth Feb 17
Nothing and no one else gets to determine your identity and destiny. You are His, you are loved, and you are a force to be reckoned with in this world.⁣⁣
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Holley Gerth Feb 17
Our circumstances and struggles refine us, but they don't define us. You have a purpose and God has a plan.
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Bee Crowned Feb 16
Been reading a devotional by and this quote was in today's one. It spoke a lot to me and resonated with what I've been thinking about lately. There's so much liberty, healing, wholeness and love in the…
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(in)courage Feb 12
It’s responsible to release what God never intended us to carry so we can move forward in love and freedom. - :
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Kaitlyn Bouchillon Feb 13
Dear girl who feels forgotten... I hope you see this. I hope this letter finds its way to you at just the right time, in just the right way, because I so badly want you to know that you are not alone.
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Barbara Lewis Feb 12
"Be gentle with yourself. When we're tired, hungry, lonely or afraid then our strengths can quickly flip to the other extreme. Passion becomes irritability. Sensitivity turns into worry." - Holley Gerth
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Holley Gerth Feb 13
When we find ourselves experiencing stress, we can pause and ask ourselves these two questions:
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Holley Gerth Feb 12
Yes, we will all experience stress and face challenges. But as women we often do things out of guilt, obligation, an attempt to meet expectations, a desire to please people, fear, or a false belief we have to be perfect.
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Holley Gerth Feb 12
It’s okay to pause and look at what’s draining or discouraging us. It’s necessary to let go of what continually diminishes our souls. Sometimes the most spiritual response to stress is persevering, and sometimes it’s walking away.
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(in)courage Feb 12
Do We Just Have to Put Up with Stress? Maybe Not, by :
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Holley Gerth Feb 12
It’s wisdom, not weakness, to be intentional with our experiences, emotion, and energy. It’s responsible to release what God never intended us to carry so we can move forward in love and freedom.
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Holley Gerth Feb 10
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I'm thinking of those who may feel lonely this week. Maybe you know someone who needs the reminder that she is seen and known and dearly loved... or maybe you need that reminder yourself. ❤️
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Holley Gerth Feb 10
Your greatest hurt will probably be your greatest ministry. God doesn't waste anything and is always working things for good.
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Holley Gerth Feb 6
Your story isn't over yet. God alone holds the pen that gets to write “The End.”
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