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Irving “Bulla” Eastman had it all, or so he thought, until his life went in an unexpected direction.
He says, “Sometimes your world turns upside down.” He describes having business prosperity and living the American Dream until his marriage broke apart and he nearly lost his children. the hurt was unbearable. There’s something visceral about the threat of separation from that which is most precious to us. It has a cleansing effect that purifies our perspective on what really counts in life. When Irving was turned from top to bottom everything looked different, even how he saw the Lord. Ezekiel 36:26 tells how the Lord is able to “…take out your stony, stubborn heart and give you a tender, responsive heart.” For Irving a heart change was followed by a life change – including restoration beyond expectation.
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