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  • DAWN shared from It's Time to Reveal What God Longs to Heal: Naked and Not Ashamed by T. D. Jakes
    But by the blood of the Lamb, any man, regardless of his failures or past sin, can come equally and unashamedly to the foot of the cross and allow the drops of Jesus’ blood to invigorate the soul that sin has lacerated and destroyed. We will never experience massive revival until we allow all sinners to come to the fountain filled with blood, drawn from Emmanuel’s veins!
  • DAWN shared from The Longing in Me: How Everything You Crave Leads to the Heart of God by Sheila Walsh
    She said giving thanks shifts everything inside of us. It’s us saying to God, “I don’t know how You’ll do this, but You are God and You do all things well, and I trust You—I let go.” Can you do that today? Can you bring the thing you long to fix to God, give it to Him, and trust Him? When we worship instead of worry, the peace of Christ will flood our hearts and minds.
  • DAWN shared from FAITH Under Construction by Cherie Hill
    In times of despair, when you’re crying out to God and it appears that He either doesn’t care or He simply isn’t there, it is in that moment of sweet surrender where God’s grace will flood your soul with the truth: He is there and He does care. We’ve been given the promise of His presence (Matthew 28:20). And it is through prayer that we can be still and know that He is God (Psalm 46:10). You see, there’s no such thing as God being “almost” sovereign. If you feel that God is out of touch and distant in your life . . . who moved? His promises say that He is a very PRESENT HELP in...
  • DAWN shared from It's Time to Reveal What God Longs to Heal: Naked and Not Ashamed by T. D. Jakes
    Like a child who has fallen from his bicycle needs to find a place out of the view of his peers where he can honestly say, “Ouch! That hurt more than I showed in front of other people,” we too need a private place of honesty. We need to be honest with ourselves. We need a place where we can sit down, reflect, and mourn. However, we must be careful not to mourn over the past longer than necessary. After the funeral, there is always a burial. The burial separates the survivor from the deceased, and it is as far as we can go. So you must come to a place of separation and decide to live on.
  • DAWN shared from The Road to Becoming: Rediscovering Your Life in the Not-How-I-Planned-It Moments by Jenny Simmons
    If I have come to know anything new during this season of becoming, it is this: more often than not, we do not get the answer we want. It is in the midst of those less-than-perfect endings that my pastor’s question stands as a stark call to faith. Can I live my story well even if _____ doesn’t happen?
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