God

Milo
There are times that instead of asking God to move the mountain, we need to ask him if He needs us to climb it. Instead of a ride, we need ammunition.  
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by Susan Hanson Budensiek   
 God goes before us. The scriptures tell us so. Probably the most well-known passage to plainly spell it out is Exodus 13:21. “Adonai went ahead of them in a column of cloud during the daytime to lead them on their way, and at night in a column of fire to give them light; thus they could travel both by day and by night.” (CJB) 
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by Scarlett Farr     
    Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. God saw that the light was good, and He separated the light from the darkness. God called the light “day,” and the darkness he called “night.” (Genesis 1:2-5) 
Milo
It struck me, many of them were just there for a miracle or a free meal, but not many actually cared much about what He said. 
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by Jacky Julyan      
Inspired by Psalm 93 
I praise you O LORD. Who is like unto you O My Jesus? 
Milo
I have been feeling very down lately; not just with the external uncertainties but also with internal uncertainties happening in my life. It was during one of my slumps that I watched the Christmas Special of the Chosen “The Messengers”.
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by Lorraine Taylor  
 It is impossible to visualize or picture what the next ‘thing’ or even what the next moment will bring in the strange events of life.
Debbie
Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person.  Colossians 4:6 SALT.
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by Lorraine Taylor   
 When the pressures of life find us inadequate, and we feel overwhelmed, we can trust in a Lord who longs to shepherd us in all the hard ‘stuff.’ 
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By  Tricia Draper 
We can do nothing on our own to further the plans God has for us without knowing and accepting His purpose for our lives. 
Heather Smith
 But did I ever pray that anyone I knew would have such an encounter? 
Milo
 Moses, Joshua, and Abraham understood what it meant to “Fear the Lord”.  Their actions were appropriate, and it is through this understanding that they were able to be successful in their massive feats.  
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By: Marlene Custer 
Wouldn’t you love to fly like an eagle, and have such enviable strength?  Well, you can! 
Milo
Father, today we also honor all earthly fathers, and so Jesus we lift up fathers everywhere this day – especially:   
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by Jennifer Cardinal   
Everyone loves a story of transformation. We think of the caterpillar changing into a butterfly. This fuzzy little creature that now takes flight and children marvel at we too want a life like this. We want a story to tell of how we have been transformed. 
Debbie
Life can be challenging, leaving us weary and wondering what it’s going to take to feel restored again.
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by Abby Kelly   
  One of the most puzzling aspects of internalizing and living out the truth of Christ’s finished work on the cross is how to pray. I mean, if it’s all been done, if He’s already working things out for my good, if He already knows my need and He’s already accomplished what concerns me, what’s left to say? 
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by Anne O’Donnell   
Sugar and God.. 
What could these two possibly have in common? 
Milo
Stop and change my way of thinking, otherwise my mind goes dark and my heart hurts. It is during those times that I have to lean the most on the Word of God. In this case I read, pray and mediate over Romans 8.
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by Delia Latham   
He is risen – and we are saved! 
  Let’s tell our children that story. Let’s make sure they know that Jesus loves them enough not only to die, but to rise again.