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Heart Murmurs

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I would like to share a blog today from another pastor’s wife that I believe will bless you today. A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22 It all started back in college.  I can still remember that weird flutter and my racing heart.  My husband says it’s because college is where I first met him (he, he, he), but it was really so much more than that.  I went to the doctor, wore a monitor,…

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A Problem Free Life

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Do you ever wish you had a problem-free life? I know there are times I find myself wishing that, but then I come back to reality and remind myself that is not possible here on this earth. My devotional spoke to this recently and I would like to share it with you today. Give up the illusion that you deserve a problem-free life. Part of you is still hungering for the resolution of all difficulties. This is a false hope!…

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Five Ways to Get Through a Dry Season

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We are in a “dry season” here in Florida.  We desperately need some rain.  We will get through the dry season and the rain will return.  In the same way, we can go through dry seasons spiritually.  Yes, we will get through it and yes, the rains of God’s blessing will return. A dry season can be a season of discouragement, disillusionment, difficulties, and even doubt.  It can seem that God is not present, not speaking, not leading,  and not…

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A Story of Forgiveness

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I want to share a blog with you today by Cristina Emigh (cristinaemigh.com). I pray her testimony will bless you and help you realize the freedom of living in God’s grace and forgiveness. I met him when I was a naive 16-year-old, my first love.  He was popular, cute and drove a nice truck and our relationship moved fast, so fast in fact that a few months into it – I knew that my body wasn’t right and found out I…

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Frustration to Fascination

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Do you ever find yourself getting frustrated? How often do we get frustrated with situations, our spouses or even with church people? Life can be full of frustrations, but if we will look at those things as “God Moments” of where he is trying to stretch us and teach us something, then the frustration can become fascination. I would like to share another blog from Patti Johnson on this subject. Sometimes there comes along a seemingly insignificant experience that produces…

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