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Ten Most Popular Posts for 2012 at Holy in the Daily

The Ten Most Popular Posts of 2012

The ten most popular posts of 2012 continues my end-of-the-year tradition of processing what the Lord has been doing in me through my postings at Holy in the Daily.

Thanks for dropping in and keeping me company this past year. I’ve appreciated your comments on this blog or via email. Your insights and encouragement has meant a lot to me, and I’m looking forward to a New Year of growing with you in Jesus.

Here are the posts that got the most “hits,” comments (on site or by email), or qualify as author favorites (*sly chuckle*).

The Ten Most Popular Posts of 2012

1. Every Christian Has a Multiple Personality Disorder

2. What to Do When You’re Not Invited to the Party

3. Why Do Bad Things Happen? Walking in the Midst of Ugly

4. Camp Grandma Tips and Ideas

5. The Real Woman’s Must-Have Packing List for a Christian Women’s Retreat

6. What God Thinks When You Are Not Feeling Good Enough

7. How To Let God Love You

8. When Evil Shouts, God Whispers

9. How to Help Someone With Cancer

10. Self Care Strategies for Stressed Out Days

What have you discovered about the Lord, yourself, or others in your journey through 2012? I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below. Growing with you, Susan

“Jesus likes it when we share.” -Adelaide, age 3: Pass this along to everybody and their brother. OK, maybe not everybody’s brother, but you know . . . all of your friends would be nice.

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  1. Anne Schroeder

    My first New Years resolution–to read or reread every one of these. You have earned a reputation for straight-forward, practical spirituality that transcends religion and culture. Blessings on your ministry.

  2. Susan

    Ah, Anne. Thank you for the encouragement. Blessings to you!

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