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Archive for November, 2013

Written and Performed by Shannon R. Linville

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It just seems like there is so much to get done and nothing wants to go in the right direction, doesn’t it?

Life does not move at the pace we wish it would and the list of things we need to get done seems to grow larger all the time. Everyone has expectations above and beyond what seems possible. Sleepless nights and stress headaches seem more numerous than rest and peace moments that we need so badly. How do we experience Jesus in these circumstances?

In this study, we look at a time in Jesus’ life that fits the above description and find that His choices might seem a little odd to the norm. Is it possible that we can learn something from Him and the Word that can change the way we understand patience and peace? Of course we can! Dig into this with us!

This is also a great study for those wanting to know about the “Sabbath” and “Sabbath rest”

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In the fourth installment of our study on areas that block us from experiencing God the way He desires for us to, we are tackling one of the biggest challenges.

Few things overwhelm, distract and control us like the drive to control the perceived needs in our lives. It can bring bondage, fear and stress. When we can’t pay the bills, are looking for a relationship to complete us, or things just seem to be falling apart, it can be overwhelming.

Join us as we explore the promises of God and His instructions on how we can have freedom in the area of provision!

“When we look to God as provider, we are surrendering our independence and trusting someone else to meet our needs, over which we have no control. Letting go of our ‘dependence on independence’ and letting someone else take control goes against natural human instinct. We need to fight the urge to take over and just let God be God, because He can provide for us better than we can.”

― Corallie Buchanan, Watch Out! Godly Women on the Loose

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