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We Must Define Words in Scripture Accurately - This 1-minute devotion explains what it means when Scripture says God "Forgets" Our Sin - Isaiah 43:25

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It will never be perfect. Make it work. -Life

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"I think we miss memories more than the actual person. That connection we felt with them. That's the hardest part about moving on.."

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Our Perfect God - Psalm 18:30 - We Cannot Imagine A Better God. He was my dad’s friend. I didn’t know him that well.He was dying in a hospital close by and I was pretty sure he didn’t know the Lord. So I went to see him. Read the rest of this sad story in this 1-minute devotion.

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you can't fail at being yourself

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Smart or not?

Can't do this at my school because we are too competitive to. This is not a flawless plan or a good idea as some kids wouldn't contribute knowing they could see other kids notes.

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Bible verse, Proverbs 31:10, nursery wall art, She is more precious than jewels, bible verse print, scripture art, home decor, bible BD-527

Verse from Proverbs 31:10 - She is far more precious than jewels. Please note that the gold is a printed effect - for best results, I

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Jesus and the Man Born Blind: How to See With Your Spiritual Eyes

It wasn’t simply his physical sight that was restored that day; Jesus gave sight to his spiritual eyes as well.

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Raise Your Vibration to Attract What You Want

Why raise your vibration? Raising your vibration helps build momentum to move you forward towards the life you desire. According to the law of attraction, we are able to attract what we want in life by holding space for that thought. By doing so, we allow the universe to deliver our goals to us. By holding positive energy, we attract positive results. Note that raising your vibration isn’t just about having an attitude of gratitude and positive thoughts. Affirmations and visualizations…

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