No.

No.

It wasn’t worth it.

The yielding wasn’t worth it.

It wasn’t worth the loss of the intimacy of my marriage.

It wasn’t worth the lack of trust of my children.

It wasn’t worth the loss of my ministry.

It wasn’t worth the lack of a purposeful life.

It wasn’t worth the loss of a God who was close by.

It wasn’t worth never being where I was.

It wasn’t worth never being what we were.

No, it wasn’t worth it.

No.

-Trevor

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