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Thanks Sherry and thank you Michele! So much truth in your words!
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Thanks, Sherry, for sharing today. Praying God blesses you with His favor and extends the reach of your writing. Oh man, did I miss another one?
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I need to look for that one and set it up on my phone. The main time I listen to podcasts is on the 50 min.
Not from though, I spend that time with my boy. Amen, Sherry, to filling our minds with scripture. Thank you for this encouragement. Hugs to you, sweet friend.go to link
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Crystal so value your HeartEncouragement You are one sweet friend. Praying for an increased anointing over your life and ministry. Psalm is such an affirmation of His faithfulness to us, the way He meets us in so many different variations. I love that His Word illuminates our path. And your comments on my blog, your affirmation and encouragement… thank you. I wish you know just how much those words are exactly what my heart needed.
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Blessings and gratefulness, Dawn. God has been challenging me to pray for each person that I come in contact with. Want to sit down, relax and Quench your spiritual thirst? You can read about it here.
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Are You Living Life on the Fly? Once these insects get to the nymph stage, they can live underwater for up to three years before growing to maturity. Insects have an exterior hard shell, called an exoskeleton, and they have to shed this shell to grow larger, like a snake sheds its skin. This may happen several times in their life. After one to three years underwater, the emergent-stage nymph swims to the surface, sheds its skeleton for the last time, transforms into a flying insect, then flies off to mate, lay eggs, and in most cases die that same day.
At every stage of its life cycle, an aquatic insect is food for the trout. Not only must the trout have plentiful and dependable food every day of the year, even under the ice of northern lakes and streams, but the insects they feed on must have their own food supply, and so on—layer upon layer, throughout the creation, from the smallest microbe to the largest land or sea creature. Now, we humans usually understand only our layer—things that affect us.
We know about mosquitoes: We know about elephants: Many people have played chess, or have at least tried. Chess is a good game. Now make it a little more complicated and stack three chess boards high, separated by legs. Right now, for instance, you have creatures crawling on your skin. And everything works interactively. Everything is there with its own needs, but it affects everything else around it, helping and working with the other layers and providing what they need.
The smallest building blocks we know of are atoms and subatomic particles. The largest forms we know of are star systems and galaxies. Jesus Christ, as the Son of God, told His followers as much: Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing?