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1. Words at Work
Most people have no idea of the power of their words. Did you know that you can find peace or turmoil just by speaking certain things out of your mouth? Life and death lies in the power of your own tongue.
2. Cooking Tips--Spice Up Your Spaghetti
An easy way to make jarred sauce better.
3. Cooking Tips--Crockpot Lasagna
I think the best way to become proficient in the kitchen is to find a few meals your family loves and practice. God sees your heart and your motive and maybe it seems
4. Cooking Tips--Tuna Noodle Casserole
Easy tuna noodle casserole. This is one my husband's favorites.
5. Life Coaching
Life coaching seems to be pretty popular these days, with good reason. People continue to search out ways to make life better. Life coaches offer positive advice, encouragement, praise, and compassion. They also help individuals set goals and hold the person accountable.
6. Blessings in Submission
As a Christian, you die to self. You become selfless. You surrender every part of self to your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He begins a good work in you. Every good and perfect gift comes from the Lord.
7. Moving the Mountain
Do you look back after you pray? Do you have enough faith to believe that your pray is answered? If you pray for someone, are you tempted to check with them to see if your prayer worked? Where is your faith?
8. Cup of Bitterness
Emotional pain can turn into bitterness. It begins with hurt. The feelings of rejection or loss can feel like turmoil inside. Unknowingly, grief can lead to so much more than a little pain.
9. A Good Work
We begin to believe what the Word of God says about us as we grow closer to Christ. As a new believer, we learn about Jesus and the works that he performed. As we mature in Christ, we begin to see things in a different way.
10. The Lord Speaks
Does the Lord speak to his people? Do you know his voice? There are instances in the bible where the Lord spoke to his people. The Lord did in fact speak to Samuel. He also spoke to Moses.
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