All posts in "Words Of Encouragement"
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Who are You Trusting?

By Lynne Conley / 6 days ago

Who are You Trusting? By: Lynne Conley David learned the true meaning of trusting at a young age. The definition of trust is- a: assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something b: one in which confidence is placed. (Merriam-Webster) He used this to his benefit when his sheep were […]

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God’s Great Call For An Intercessor

By Lynne Conley / a couple of weeks ago

G-od O- ffers us His O- utstanding D- evotion to M- ake us O- bedient & R- eady for a N- ew day with Him I- nspire others please, and N- ever forget G- od loves you!   God’s Great Call For An Intercessor By: Lynne Conley Scripture Text: And he saw that there was […]

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Who’s Your God?

By Pamla Childers / a couple of weeks ago

Again, I refer back to my Sunday School class last week and the lesson for that day. “Jesus Loves you and wants to be your God” In teaching the lesson to my young students I was again reminded of what’s important from the simple lesson I was teaching. All week I’ve been mulling over in […]

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Introduction to 1 Thessalonians

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of weeks ago

Introduction to 1 Thessalonians The beginning of the church at Thessalonica is found in Acts 16:6-10; 17:1-10. It was in Macedonia, the kingdom of Alexander the Great, that Paul landed. The city stood on the Thermaic Gulf with its hot springs and famous harbor. Xerxes, the Persian, had his naval base there when he invaded […]

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Care Label

By Lynne Conley / 3 weeks ago

Care Label On every piece of clothing, there is a ‘’care label’’ that is sewn on the piece of clothing. The ‘’care label’ is put on the piece of clothing for us to recognize how that particular clothing is best cleaned. Such as wash in warm water, cold water or dry clean only, or even […]

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God Is In Control

By Lynne Conley / last month

God Is In Control King Rehoboam was the son of King Solomon and the grandson of King David. King Rehoboam’s son, Abijam, took the seat of supreme ruler over the land of Judah after his father’s death. Abijam was referred to as Abijah. Abijam was the fourth King in the House of David. Abijam went […]

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Round And Round

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Round and Round I remember when I was a little girl playing with this metal top with a rod in the top that you could push up and down to make the top spin. I loved that top. I played with it until the metal was worn on the bottom. I always wanted to get […]

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Disconnected and loving it.

By Steven Adams / last month

I deleted my Myspace and Facebook accounts. I deleted my blog on Blogger. I deleted my Buzznet photo account. Last night I felt convicted to do so, and I think I disconnected myself from most of the sites I’ve used for years. I’ve been struggling lately, and I felt as long I was connected to […]

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Inside Out

By Holly Settles / last month

Inside Out Have you ever seen an absolutely beautiful home, with well-manicured landscaping, the paint looking fresh, the windows shining, even the car in the driveway sparkles? And then, you walk up to the door, knock or ring the bell, and you walk into a mess? Shambles would be more like it…filthiness clutters the once […]

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Coffee, Tea, or Me….Having a Heart of Servanthood

By Sheri Boulet / last month

I have felt a higher calling of late. My prayer has always been to have the heart of a servant. But during my study the other morning I thought, “exactly what does that mean?” Yes, I want to be of service, but do I really understand what it means to serve? So, I looked it […]

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