read to feed the soul

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Read to Feed the Soul

read to feed the soul Written by FBJ Women for Women by: Camille Anding An Icy Death Threat   “But I trust in You, O Lord; I say, ‘You are my God.’ My times are in Your hand.”  Psalm 31:14-15 There’s a mental landmark along Highway 30 between Oxford and New Albany...

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On Time

read to feed the soul Written by FBJ Women for Women by: Camille Anding On Time “Then she left him and returned to Mary. She called Mary aside from the mourners and told her, “The Teacher is here and wants to see you.” John 11:28 Sorrow and grief were Mary’s...

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Timed Memories- Read to Feed the Souls

read to feed the soul Written by FBJ Women for Women by: Camille Anding Timed Memories ‘For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you . . .’” Says the LORD, who has compassion on you.” On a recent trip to visit...

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The Playhouse

read to feed the soul Written by FBJ Women for Women by: Camille Anding The Playhouse “And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless until...

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Day of Conviction

We beat our fearsome opponent and went home celebrating our hard fought victory, our talented coaches, and the ability to enjoy a sport that can have positive impacts on the players and its fans. Still, it was in the context of the temporal. Even as a sports fan, I must never let the temporal outweigh the spiritual. There is no comparison between the two. Lord, You know. Please help me to know.

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Lost and Found

It’s because those keys have earned their importance and they also make a perfect reminder of the key to eternal life. Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6

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Quiet!

I’m convinced that we miss a lot by choosing noise over silence in so much of our day. We leave no quiet time to meditate or concentrate. There’s no space left for the still, small voice of God to speak to our hearts.

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A Stuffer

It’s been an on-going saga in my life this year – what to keep and what to discard. The irony in those decisions has been the value placed on the items. It’s been easier to part with a large piece of furniture or family antique than it has an old letter or kindergarten art work.

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Gripe Gripe Gripe

Are you a grumbler? Do you complain a lot? If you’re like me, you would probably rate yourself as a non-complainer. That’s good, but I think you might be surprised if you began taking a serious note of your conversations.

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Pass the Plate

The prayer I was still mulling over touched on a totally different angle – gratitude for the privilege to give. Why hadn’t I thought of that before? Not everyone is blessed with the privilege to give monetarily to God.

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