Gripped, Flipped, Shaken, and Poured! – A Necessary Pain

To get the most out of a container, it must be gripped tightly, flipped upside down, sometimes shaken, and poured out. Interestingly, believers who desire nothing more than to be mightily used by G…

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The Very Best Life – FaithGateway

Greatness is not a product of frailty. Physical, emotional, and spiritual muscle is only developed through struggle, and with that comes newfound strength.

Worry is just imagination used in an unproductive way. -Andy Andrews

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Time of Grace – Teach them God’s Word and will

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Why? – March 20, 2017 – WELS

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Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 20 – WELS

Bible reading Luke 11:1-13 (NIV84)

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Book of James Bible Study – Part 1 – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Join Joyce for a Bible study on the book of James! Learn how to increase in faith and patience by facing trials of various kinds with God as your guide.

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Living Like a Superhero – Part 2 – Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

A 15-minute teaching applying practical principles from God’s Word to everyday life.

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Celebration Practice – The Upper Room

I was exhausted from the fast pace of my first collegiate softball practice and the pressure to make a good first impression. Just when I thought prac

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Today I will celebrate God’s power!

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Running and Rest | Our Daily Bread

The headline caught my eye: “Rest Days Important for Runners.” In Tommy Manning’s article, the former member of the U.S. Mountain Running Team emphasized a principle that dedicated athletes sometimes ignore—the body needs time to rest and rebuild after exercise. “Physiologically, the adaptations that occur as a result of training only happen during rest,” Manning wrote. “This means rest is…

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