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  • Woman on a Mission - Encouragement for Today - September 2, 2014

    Then, leaving her water jar, the woman went back to the town and said to the people, "Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did. Could this be the Messiah?" (John 4:28-29). When you leap into the arms of Jesus, you never know where He'll carry you.
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  • What is This World Coming To? Exactly What Jesus Said It Would Come To.

    Stephen Altrogge
    Every so often I hear someone say in despair, “What is this world coming to?” This kind of comment usually comes in response to a doomsday report of some kind. But we shouldn’t be shocked or dismayed. The world is coming to exactly what Jesus said it would come to, and this actually gives us a lot of hope.
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    John: A Gospel for the World John is organized around carefully crafted narrative strands that highlight both the signs and teachings of Jesus. This gives John’s Gospel a sense of depth as the reader is presented with a rich, multi-layered, and cosmic display of the identity, works, words, and mission of Jesus.

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  • What the Arrows of Affliction Prepare Us For

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    What the Arrows of Affliction Prepare Us For When someone’s been through something it makes their sympathy that much more powerful. When someone who’s never experienced a hard time like the one I’m in offers comfort, I appreciate it, but if someone who’s been through a similar experience encourages me it means so much more.
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    Randy Newman
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    Jesus’ Economy
    We're All Thirsty for More, for Something Better She's come to this familiar place because of her familiar need: water. This woman's need is a real need, just as it was for so many. Just as it is for so many.
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    Founders Ministries Blog
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    Robbie Pruitt
    In the World The world and all that is in it was created for our enjoyment and pleasure and points us to a good God who loves us and desires our good pleasure. However, something is wrong.
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    Eric Hogue
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