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Sheri Boulet

I am a daughter, a sister, a mother, an aunt. I am a nurse, and a best friend. I am striving for more, and I am called "according to HIS purpose." I am most blessed...

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The Battle Belongs to *MOM*..um ehem…The Lord!

By Sheri Boulet / last week

When I was growing up I was always such a quiet girl. I would literally get physically ill when I was faced with speaking up about anything. *One year I was voted “Quietest Girl” and my best friend Sherry was voted “Loudest Girl” — Go Figure* After Denise was born she was very sick. We […]

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The Power of a Forgiving Heart

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of weeks ago

The Power of a Forgiving Heart We have been having awesome, power-packed, Holy Ghost filled services at Truth Harbor. Brother Zorich is in the house and he touched on something that has weighed heavy on my mind. I would like to share some thoughts with you. In John chapter 8, we start out reading about […]

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Winner By Random Drawing

By Sheri Boulet / last month

What child does not love the story of “David and the Giant?” We all hoped to be able to slay the giants that we face in our own young lives using David as our inspiration since he was young himself and was able to win where bigger, stronger, older, more experienced soldiers could not. Still […]

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Like…Totally

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Like…Totally I was in the kitchen yesterday, cooking when some sticky pork blood got on my hand. Suddenly I was 16 again… “EWWWW! Grody to the max!!” I exclaimed, then quickly gazed around the kitchen to make sure no one heard me. I have listened to my elders, noted their wording, admired their phrases, with […]

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More Than A Mantle

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

More Than A Mantle Tonight my thoughts are on that young man lying in his bed downstairs. Sometimes the responsibility of parenthood overwhelms me. I am certainly not talking about the earthly responsibility that faces each of us that choose to have children. Although I certainly appreciate this responsibility greatly. I am talking about the […]

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Spring Cleaning

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

Spring Cleaning Ok, so I know we are teetering on the edge of summer, but that doesn’t matter. What does matter is that I have some major junk I need to get rid of. I have always been a pack rat, of sorts. When I was little I kept things that no one else would […]

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Remembering The Miracle

By Sheri Boulet / 10 months ago

I hope no one will mind as I indulge myself in a little reflective thought tonight. When I was but a young lass I longed for a wee little baby of my own… I had been blessed with my daughter who was an absolutely perfect little wonder!! But, still, I wanted a son. I went […]

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Consider Your Ways

By Sheri Boulet / 11 months ago

Consider Your Ways It can happen to anyone. That burning desire, that drive, that passion that was once consuming can wain in the face of the adversary, can dull with the humdrum of everyday life. Have you ever suddenly realized that you have nothing left but some ashes from what once was the focus of […]

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A Little Space Of Grace

By Sheri Boulet / last year

A Little Space Of Grace God has always called for separation from His people. As part of the Law of Moses, He insisted that His people be holy and not to partake of the immoral ways of the world around them. As Ezra returned with some of those that had been exiled to Babylon it […]

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The Illusion of Peace

By Sheri Boulet / last year

When I was a teenager my best friend was a girl named Sherry. I know, you’re are thinking, “How confusing is that?” but we managed quite well. Sherry and I were polar opposites in every way, but we had (and still have) a great love for one another. Sherry was always outgoing and out spoken. […]

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