Play With Fire: Surrender – FaithGateway

Bianca Juárez Olthoff shares about trust and surrender to God’s plan and timeline.

God knows our sin, but calls us by our name. — Bianca Juárez Olthoff from Play With Fire

Source: Play With Fire: Surrender – FaithGateway

You Are Free: Free to Ask – FaithGateway

I confessed: I have no idea how this healing thing works. Uncharted territory is scary. Help me pray for healing any time you prompt me to. Give me courage to pray with anyone who asks. And above all, give me greater faith, your faith, to believe anything is possible.

“The greatest truth of Christ’s reality is that you are free – so live free. Be who you already are.” – Rebekah Lyons

Source: You Are Free: Free to Ask – FaithGateway

Time of Grace – I feel wounded

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Our Lowly Bodies – March 11, 2017 – WELS

Source: Our Lowly Bodies – March 11, 2017 – WELS

Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 11 – WELS

Bible reading Genesis 20-21:21 (NIV84)

Source: Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 11 – WELS

Strength for the Battle – The Upper Room

At two weeks old, my daughter, Rebecca, had open-heart surgery to repair a rare congenital defect. For the next two months, she fought for her life. E

Thought for the Day

Today I will ask God to be my strength.

Source: Strength for the Battle – The Upper Room

Mayday! | Our Daily Bread

The international distress signal “Mayday” is always repeated three times in a row—“Mayday-Mayday-Mayday”—so the situation will be clearly understood as a life-threatening emergency. The word was created in 1923 by Frederick Stanley Mockford, a senior radio officer at London’s Croydon Airport. That now-closed facility once had many flights to and from Le Bourget Airport in Paris. According to the National…

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