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STRENGTHEN YOUR CONGREGATION - SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES Ľ

Brian Atwood

Pathway Church

Baptist, Pastor/Minister

About me:
Pathway Church, a Free Will Baptist Fellowship: Reaching out to unchurched young families by offering practical biblical solutions that meet the needs of the whole person and providing opportunities t... read more
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Chris Norton
February 24, 2015
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Ben Davidson
December 20, 2014
Well he certainly Punished me with No wife and family, and he Blessed so many others with one. Go Figure. I really do Hate the holidays, especially when i am all alone.
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Adele Sharpley
January 9, 2015
Hi there! I had to comment because you sound so much like my sister. She's constantly saying God is punishing her by keeping her single. That is so untrue! I always tell her we weren't created to be alone. Man Woman. Adam Eve. There is someone out there for everyone. As clich? as it sounds, it is a hundred percent true. God saw that Adam would be better if he had Eve as his companion. And so don't think like that. Your soulmate is out there. It's just up to you to branch out and find her. I hate to admit this, but my sister is somewhat of a racist, and because of that, she limits herself to one race. I'm with someone of the other race and it is undoubtedly the happiest I've ever been. I'm not saying interracial relationships are the key to happiness but I'm giving an example of how being loving to everyone (in this case, someone of another race who is different from me) is something Christians should practice. We shouldn't judge others or condemn them for any reason. And because I've been able to live by this, I've found my soulmate. Whereas, my sister is still single because she isn't being the best Christian she can be by being slightly racist. Who knows, her own soulmate could be from another race but she'll never know till she learns to look past physical differences. Another thing you want to do is get up and look for that special someone. She won?t just come to you like magic. When you give up and accept that there?s no one for you, you might just miss her in this life, when it counts. Maybe you?ll have another chance in heaven, I don?t know, but it would sure make the time we have on earth sweeter if you find her. God bless and may he see you through your search.
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Jerry Carter
October 31, 2014
THANKS I enjoyed it
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Danny Brightwell
October 7, 2014
Really good lesson. Thank you for sharing it.
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Danny Brightwell
September 29, 2014
Very good lesson. Thank you for sharing it.
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Nerony Tui of Victory Worship Center
August 24, 2014
thank you for the word of encouragement
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S Rouse
August 4, 2014
The writer seems to imply that depression has something to do with being unhappy...much like the fellow who when asked how he is, replies,"I am too blessed to be depressed". Depression has nothing to do with being unhappy and certainly has nothing to do with the lack of blessing from God. Depression, like heart disease and cancer(I have been treated for all three) is a clinical condition and those that do not realize that fact have a very hard time ministering to those who suffer from it.