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Blue Cotton Granola Bars — 13 Comments

  1. Those sound really good (and really cheap!) I’m pretty excited to try these out sometime soon! Might be more healthy than my ice cream addiction 🙂

  2. Sounds so yummy! I’m glad that you discovered [well…thanks be to God] what truly bothered your son. It’s hard when our children do not feel good and as parents, sometimes, wish, we can just take pain away. But I’m sure, these awesome granola bars took good care of that too 🙂 Blessings to you sister and may you have a blessed week as we celebrate our Redeemer’s sacrifice and resurrection.

  3. These sounds delicious!! I loved this story Maryleigh! A momma with tenacity and faith is what every child needs. 🙂

  4. These bars look amazing but the story brought tears to my eyes because I can just feel the frustration you must have felt and the sorrow at not being able to help your boy. I’m glad you had the direct help of a Labourer! great post! Here from Saturday Stalker!

  5. Hello,
    I just wanted to say that I was really touched by this blog. (I tried to leave a comment here on Saturday, but it hasn’t shown up.) My youngest daughter suffered from a stomach issue on and off over the last couple of years. Docs were stumped. We had been praying all along…but I finally just gave it up to God completely one day (as I should have from the beginning) … I sent out a few prayer requests and… my bebe was healed.
    You said “Sometimes, God wants us to stand in Faith for healing without physicians. Sometimes, He wants our healing to come through physicians.”
    I couldn’t agree more.
    I’m so glad yall were able to find a solution for your son. =)
    …and I’m going to have to try out those bars! Yum!
    ~Brooke

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