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Our greatest trust should be in the Lord.
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Shared: 12/2/2005
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A message to youth from proverbs 3:5-6.
Denomination: Free Methodist
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Shared: 11/1/2005
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God says He will guide & direct us. He will led us into a balanced life & proper decisions. The big question though is will we obey God's will if He reveals it to us? Trusting & obeying is what is absolutely necessary to be guided by God.
Series: Proverbs
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Shared: 9/8/2011
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An interesting analysis of the information presented on the United States Dollar Bill, focusing on the national motto of our country: "In God We Trust."
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Tags: Faith
Shared: 7/11/2006
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Which leads me to the question, how much do you want out of life? Also followed up with another question, how much do you want of God? Because the second question, determines the first one each and everyday, your whole life through
Shared: 7/23/2013
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Sometimes God Speaks To us in ways we never expect.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Shared: 10/29/2009
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Even in times when life doesn’t make sense we need to place our trust in God!
Denomination: Wesleyan
Shared: 9/25/2001
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When we think of stewardship, we often see it merely as a matter of our giving of money to God and the church. Giving of tithes and offerings is an important aspect of stewardship, but secondary. Stewardship is a reflection of my relationship with God.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:10
Shared: 9/27/2002
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When unexplainable tragedy/death strikes, God has definite instructions for His children.
Series: Funeral
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-3:6
Shared: 1/15/2001