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Flesh and Spirit: Love and Gentleness
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Aug, 2009
Summary: Treating others with gentleness begins with understanding that God uses gentleness with us, and then moves to our being gentle with ourselves. Gentleness does shape the behavior of others.
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"God's Prophet"
Shared by: Andy Grossman on Aug, 2012
Summary: Shows how God 1. protects, 2. provides, 3. plans for us -- with out permission.
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Scripture: 2 Kings 6:8-23
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 703
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Starting Over With God
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Feb, 2010
Summary: God, though He is a god of wrath, also gives Himself permission to start over with us; we ought to take a cue from that and give ourselves permission to start over in our relationship with Him.
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Scripture: Hosea 11:1-9
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 5,719
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The Keys to Heaven and Hell
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Oct, 2011
Summary: Is it only Peter who got the "keys" to the Kingdom of Heaven? And what does it mean to "loose and bind" as Jesus told them they could do?
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Shared by: Byron Sherman on Oct, 2015
Summary: 3 of 3. Joshua prepared the children of Israel for entrance into the promised land. God's people must be prepared to enter the good/abundant life. But How can they safeguard it? The Good Life is Safeguarded at/by/thru...
Scripture: Joshua 3:1-6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 795
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Leaders or Servants
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Nov, 2016
Summary: Do we trust God enough to honor and obey those in authority over us? It's easy to do that when they're good leaders... but what about when they're driven by selfishness and love of power?