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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

Jesus tells us, “He who believes in Me. The works that I do he will do also, and greater works than these he will do because I go to My Father.”  John 14:12  What works could be greater than those performed by Jesus?  What if it’s not the works themselves, but the conditions under which …

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Once upon a time in the city of Nineveh, a strange looking man washed up on shore telling the biggest “fish” story anyone had ever heard. The man’s name was Jonah, and he claimed to be a Hebrew sent by God to save them from God’s judgment.  Why would this Hebrew, who clearly disliked the …

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The hysteria related to COVID-19 grows, even among Christians. Thankfully I have peace that surpasses all understanding. How? I… Worship at the feet of Almighty God, not idols (anyone or anything placed before or above Him).   Study and meditate on His wisdom and truth. Believe Papa and He alone supplies all my needs.  Unequivocally …

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Patience has more to do with flexibility than perseverance. Time is a precious commodity in America. This is unfortunate because patience is the antidote for worry.  Patience acknowledges Papa’s sovereignty. Teaching you to live in the moment— the present.  Patience is the perfect antidote for stress. No longer perceiving interruptions as negative but transformational opportunities. …

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An eternal mindset enables you to withstand the desire to seek relief rather than victory when…  Negative circumstances last longer than anticipated. 
 Emotions wane and no longer motivate you. 
 The anticipation and excitement of a promise from God wears off and is replaced with uninspiring hard work. 
 Doubt and worry replace faith and hope.  Weakened …

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