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Trust God’s Flow for Your Needs!

I’d like to encourage you to trust in the faithfulness of God in and through all of your problems. God is working in and through all of your circumstances to bring about His best good for you and for His

You Never Know, How God will Use A Tiny Seed, or A Tiny Deed!

The Bible says: Do not despise small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin… (Zechariah 4:10). But somewhere deep inside us, our own voice of doubt mocks us: I see what others have done with their lives

If You’re Fed up and tired of it, Joylessness Is Not a Sin or Failure!

We all go through times of joylessness, times of abject failure, seasons of grief, feeling overwhelmed for prolonged periods of time. Some of us are burnt out for any number of reasons. And many of us flagellate ourselves; we beat

Are You Tired of Being Tired of life?

In a moment we will share with you some questions you can use to coach yourself to help you become less tired of life! But first…ask yourself the following questions; Each day do you think ‘what’s the point’? So you

Tired? Try Keeping YOUR Eyes on the Real Prize!

Politicians talk about change as if it is some precious metal not easily mined or the holy grail to be recovered. They tout their ability to bring change. They may even talk about the quality of change they hope to

Maybe What is Occuring is because you Need Selah!

  Kent complained about having too much to do and being tired of rushing around all the time. He thought that his hurried, overcrowded life was inevitable for him as a pastor who had a family and lived in Orange

God Has Reasons For Hard Times!

We all heard that going through trials makes us stronger after the initial sting has faded into our consciousness. In order to handle difficulties we need to go through tough times. This builds character, boldness, and allows us to help

Are You Feeling Far Away From God This Easter?

  It’s Easter week and you know that you’re “supposed” to be rejoicing over Christ’s sacrifice on the cross and His miraculous resurrection. You’re “supposed” to feel all the emotions of Easter such as joy, peace, and happiness. But, if

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