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God Knows What We Need

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God Knows What We Need

If you’re having one of those days when the prayers falter on your lips, when you can’t even eloquently summarize the fears and vulnerabilities of your heart, take heart. You don’t have to. Just look to God and rest in the knowledge that He knows.

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God’s Handling All My Problems

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God’s Handling All My Problems

 “Don’t worry.” When you’re worried, it’s about the single most frustrating thing someone can say, isn’t it? With two words, they’ve just demanded the impossible. Except... we really don't have to worry. Jesus has it all under control.

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Giving it to God with Trust

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Giving it to God with Trust

When we ask God with faith, He will provide. But if our faith is lacking, if we have no trust and allow our will and minds to be battered about like a wave of the sea, guess what we should expect? That’s right: Nothing.

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Your words make a lasting impression

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Your words make a lasting impression

On “filter” and faith. Practice taking a minute to think before you speak. The more you do it, the more it will become a habit. You’ll be surprised how joyful you, and those around you, will become. Our blog for this week, “Your Words Make A Lasting Impression,” by guest blogger Pam Horton.

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