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  • DAWN shared from One Call Away: Answering Life's Challenges with Unshakable Faith by Brenda Warner
    Fans could get mad because their favorite fantasy player didn’t do well in a certain game, but I wondered if they ever stop to think about how many NFL players may have lost someone close to them that week, had a mom who was diagnosed with cancer, or had a child who was sick. Just because they’re paid millions of dollars doesn’t mean players are exempt from the same kinds of human trials and tragedies that we all face. In some cases it’s worse because they have to endure those trials under enormous public pressure.
  • DAWN shared from One Call Away: Answering Life's Challenges with Unshakable Faith by Brenda Warner
    every opportunity comes with blessings and burdens. It was up to us to make the most of what we’d been given.
  • DAWN shared from For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards by Jen Hatmaker
    Note: God measures our entire existence by only two things: how we love Him and how we love people. If you get this right, you can get a million other things wrong.
  • DAWN shared from One Call Away: Answering Life's Challenges with Unshakable Faith by Brenda Warner
    I won’t deny that I was angry with God for a long time after my parents’ death. Not because I had lost my faith in him, but because I had put my faith in him and been disappointed. I knew he could have redirected the tornado or protected my parents in some way, and he hadn’t. For a long time I called out to God for answers to all of my questions. When I finally accepted that not every question I had would be answered and that not having answers wouldn’t be a deal breaker for my faith, I started to see God in new ways. God was—and is—bigger than all of my questions. And he is with me,...
  • DAWN shared from His Love Never Quits: Finding Purpose Through Your Pain by Cherie Hill
    You can’t make all your wrongs right, but God can. You can’t change your heart’s desires, but God will (see Ezekiel 36:26). You can’t walk through your valley in your own strength, but you can do it in His.
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