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REJOICE IN THIS DAY

January 13, 2020

Every day we awaken, is a blessing from God. We need to thank Him every day for morning-by-morning, new mercies are ours to see. I would argue strongly, sometimes we do not really appreciate a new day, for our thoughts are on yesterday or tomorrow. However, always remember that yesterday…

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HIS PRESENCE IS WITH US

January 12, 2020

The presence of God is with us. What a blessing it is to know that we go nowhere without His presence with us. No matter fire, floods, storms or life’s difficulties, God’s presence is always there with us through our burdens. There is no tear that we shed that He…

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GOD HAS GIVEN US ALL WE NEED FOR LIFE

January 11, 2020

Prayerfully, you have noticed that over the last several days, we focused upon how God can do all things and we can trust Him completely. Today’s devotion follows that same theme. All we need for this life God has already given to us. His grace is sufficient for all of…

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TRUST GOD COMPLETELY

January 10, 2020

Today’s devotion calls upon all of us to trust God completely. I use the word “completely”, because our trust in God must come without wavering or doubt. We must put our full trust in Him. Yesterday’s devotion indicated that God can do all things. Consequently, it is not hard to…

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GOD CAN DO ALL THINGS

January 9, 2020

As I write this devotion, I am mindful that the God we serve can do all things and do all things well. God has no limits or boundaries. He is able to do exceedingly more than we can ask, think or imagine. I would argue strongly that there were times…

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BE FAITHFUL IN PRAYER

January 8, 2020

It is a blessing to wake in the morning and begin each day in prayer, enjoying our brothers and sisters and acknowledging our God with the Church Without Walls. It requires a great deal of discipline to get up every morning. Please do not take these words out of context.…

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