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Holiday Greetings

Posted on December 18, 2014 at 6:55 PM

written by Deborah E. Johnson



Greetings clients and friends,
 
As we approach the holiday season, please be aware that the Law Office will be closed December 23-29, 2014, with limited hours from December 29-January 5, 2015.  All requests and emails will be addresses and answered before December 22 and/or after December 29.  If you should have an urgent request, please call me as soon as possible.
 
I want to thank each and every one of you for being a wonderful client, friend, and in many cases both.  This year has been incredible, and I have grown exponentially as a person and an attorney.  It is to you I give the credit.  You have trusted me with the gentle nature of each individual’s legal needs and you have allowed me to do what I am trained to do, by God and by man. I feel incredibly blessed to be a part of everything that God is doing in each of your lives and the position that HE has allowed me to be in to facilitate that process.

As we enter 2015, I encourage you to reflect on the lessons learned from 2014.   For me personally, I have learned PATIENCE, TRUST, FAITH, AND FORGIVENESS.   I implore you to deepen your faith and relationship with our Creator and the One that sits at the right hand of God, advocating on our behalf (Romans 8:34).   For me and my house, Romans 8 has been an integral part of  our faith for 2014.  At one point, the Lord showed me Romans 8:28 twenty-four times!   I then discovered that my son (15) was also studying Romans 8 in his Bible course at school. One day as we arrived at a soccer game, I looked down to see that he had written ”Romans 8” on each soccer cleat with a sharpie.  I was the proudest Mom because he had just gotten new white soccer cleats and no one likes to mark up their new shoes. HAHA.  But he felt it was important to include that reminder on the shoes that had become the vessel to his success.
 
As we all enter new gates in 2015, may you let the love, joy, and peace of Jesus reside in your heart and reflect in your daily life. 
 
May the Lord Bless you and Keep you this Holiday Season!
 

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