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Pruning does not simply mean spiritual surgery It is not just the removal of what is dead. It can also mean cutting away the good and the better so that we might enjoy the best.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: John 15:1-15:8
Shared: 5/4/2012
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Sometimes God moves in our lives in such a way that it causes us pain, and our wounds are fresh and oozing. God is working a great work in our lives, even if we do not understand what is happening at the moment.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 15:1-15:10
Shared: 1/27/2003
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The thorns of life are many, but the grace of God is sufficient in our weakness.
Denomination: Christian Church
Shared: 7/9/2006
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Sermon on John 15 part 5
Series: John 15
Denomination: Bible Church
Scripture: John 15:2-15:3
Shared: 4/2/2007
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Lesson in Spiritual Pruning. When a branch is pruned, it must remember its roots, to draw its strength and life’s blood. It must push forth from a dormant bud, that it might bear more fruit in its next season of life.
Scripture: John 15:1-15:16
Shared: 7/20/2008
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Jesus said that His Father prunes His children. The richest, fullest, most fruitful lives are those that have been strengthened through the painful process of tribulation.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 15:2
Shared: 6/14/2008
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Pride gets in our way every day of our lives, It was no different for Nebuchadnezzar a Babylonian king
Scripture: Daniel 4:1-4:37
Shared: 12/11/2002
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Successful Christians produce fruit by staying connected...abiding in Jesus.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: John 15:1-15:8
Shared: 7/9/2007
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(PowerPoint Slides and Cell Study Notes freely available by emailing Emile@Wolfaardt.com) Understanding God’s purpose in the midst of our hardships...
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: Romans 5:3-5:8
Shared: 5/7/2009
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Jesus said that His Father prunes His children. The richest, the fullest, the most fruitful lives are those that have been strengthened through the painful process of tribulation. We have no right to believe that God will use us until He has cut away wha
Scripture: John 15:2-15:15
Shared: 8/28/2004
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