Posts Tagged trust

Trust: Hard but Necessary

Trust: Hard but Necessary

Whom or what are you trusting in today? The theme this year in our Women’s Ministry has been Trust. We have focused on this one word all year. And as we’re about to move on to another theme for the coming year, I realize how much I still need to grow in trusting God. Trusting God for my daily needs Trusting God for the future Trusting God for direction in decision-making Trusting God to keep

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When It’s Hard to Trust

When It's Hard to Trust

As you look back over your life, has it turned out as you had hoped it would? Did God follow the script you would have written for your life? He didn’t for me. If He had followed my script, I would be married. I would have children and grandchildren. We’d never have to worry about money. We’d be healthy. My husband and I would stay madly in love until Jesus takes us home together in

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An Undivided Devotion

An Undivided Devotion

To whom or what are you devoted? This past Sunday, I challenged the women at my church to an undivided devotion – a devotion for Christ, unparalleled by any earthly devotion. But how do we develop and maintain an undivided devotion for God? I used the word devotion as an acrostic to give us some key words to keep in mind as we pursue an undivided devotion. D – Distractions What are the distractions in

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A Lesson Taught By My Cat

I’m beginning to see that the word of the year for me is trust. I have been going through life lessons in which God wants me to trust Him. I don’t understand why He orchestrates the details of life as He does, but He never asked me to understand. He asks me to trust Him. He gave me a visual of that lesson today with my cat Peyton. For the past year, I have been

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