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The wise woman builds her house; a foolish woman tears hers down with her own hands. Proverbs 14:1 (NLT). The first woman is described as wise because she builds her house but the second woman is called foolish because she tears down her house with her own hands. Wow, she tears down her own house with her own hands. I wonder does she realize. I didn't.
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But Lots wife looked back and she became a pillar of salt. Genesis 19:26 (NIV, 1984)
What are you leaving behind in 2013? Are you excited about the things that God is going to do through you in 2014? I pray that you are. Letting go of something that is familiar can be pretty hard.
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I wish that my words could express all that the Lord has been to me. He has shown up as each of the names that He is called in His Word and then so much more.
I affectionally call Him Father because the Bible told me that even though I have never known or seen even a picture of my earthly father, He is a father to the fatherless.
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I am looking forward to having more joy this year. How about you? I don't want my feelings to be solely controlled by what's going on around me anymore. Why? Because things are always changing and there is always something going on. There is always something to complain about but I have found that there are even more things to be thankful for.
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What I love about this book, You're Going To Be Okay, and the author, Holley Gerth, is that it speaks life into the reader and any situation the reader may be going through. Holley is an encourager and her gift of encouragement pours out onto the pages of this book.
Marriage
Marriage operates best when God's blueprint is followed.
Bible Study
We can come to our father and say I don't have it all together Lord but I know that you can help me. You can still heal me. You can still use me. You can add to what little I have.
Bible Study
Last week in our featured book, Live Your Calling, the authors Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck defined Personal Mission Statements. Your personal mission statements, priority goals and action plans build a bridge between the vision of your calling in the future and your reality today.
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Hard days, we all have them. Because every one of us is different we all need different things that help us get through tough days.
Some people need quiet time while others may need to feed off the energy of a crowd. Some of us may rely on food or shopping to try and preoccupy us from whatever has happened.
Ultimately, most of us hope that at some point we will talk to someone that cares enough about us to encourage or comfort us through their words.
Bible Study
This certainly was not the first time that Abigail had to think fast to cover her husband's bad behavior. Nabal was a fool. Even his name meant "fool." But whatever he was, he was her husband.

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