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Invite Grace

Grace is the free and unmerited favor upon someone. To move with grace means to have simple elegance. To live a life of grace brings peace and goodness everywhere you go. I heard a story once about a group of young thugs who beat up an old man and robbed him. The young men were… Continue reading Invite Grace

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Week 2 ~ Grace & Gratitude

Welcome to Week 2 of our Grace & Gratitude study! If you missed last week's devotional, Finding Comfort When Things are Dark, click here.  This week we will continue to study scriptures on grace, as well as move into scriptures on gratitude. Here is your outline for this week: Click here to print We will… Continue reading Week 2 ~ Grace & Gratitude

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Finding Comfort When Things are Dark

  Comfort is the feeling you get when you feel safe, secure, and sheltered. Comfort is an anchor that keeps many women going. Knowing that she curl up on the couch and watch a good show, or slip into a warm bubble bath at the end of a long day - these comfort anchors give… Continue reading Finding Comfort When Things are Dark

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Week 1 ~ Grace & Gratitude

Welcome to Week 1 of this month's Scripture Study ~ Grace & Gratitude. If you've been following the plan, you will have already written out 5 scriptures so far! Here is your Scripture Writing Plan for this week: Click here to print   Enjoy your quiet time in God's Word this week! We will join… Continue reading Week 1 ~ Grace & Gratitude

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Printable: Grace & Gratitude Scripture Writing Plan

Hello November! It's time for turkey, colorful leaves, sweaters, and Thanksgiving. This month we will journey through scripture and discover more about Grace and Gratitude. Here is your Scripture Writing Plan for the month: Click here to print James 2:13 says mercy triumphs judgment. Mercy is the entire message of the cross. God's grace poured out… Continue reading Printable: Grace & Gratitude Scripture Writing Plan

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Printable: Scripture Writing Plan for Boys

On Wednesday we will be sharing November's Scripture Writing Plan! We can't wait to share the theme and outline with you for next month. For now we wanted to share a new Scripture Writing Plan specifically for boys! Dr. Robert Lewis once said, "A real man is one who rejects passivity, accepts responsibility, leads courageously, and… Continue reading Printable: Scripture Writing Plan for Boys

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The Different Levels of Reward in Eternity

There is going to come a time of testing at Christ's Judgment Day to see what kind of material each builder has used. Everyone's work will be put through the fire so that all can see whether or not it keeps its value, and what was really accomplished. Then every workman who has built on… Continue reading The Different Levels of Reward in Eternity

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20 Elisabeth Elliot Inspirational Quotes

Elisabeth Elliot was a Christian author and speaker, born in 1926. Her first husband, Jim Elliot, was killed in 1956 as a missionary with the Auca. She later spent two years as a missionary to the tribe members who killed her husband. When she returned to the United States she became known as the author… Continue reading 20 Elisabeth Elliot Inspirational Quotes

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Pray Without Losing Heart

Jesus used a story to illustrate the need for constant prayer and to not lose heart: "There was a city judge," he said, "A very godless man who had great contempt for everyone. A widow of that city came to him frequently to appeal for justice against a man who had harmed her. The judge… Continue reading Pray Without Losing Heart

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October Scripture Writing Plan: Life Verses

October is here! Pumpkins, cooler weather, football, and warm coffee. This month we will be studying "Life Verses" from the Bible. These are scriptures that can carry you through thick and thin. Through the ups and downs. Through the joys and sorrows of life. This October, commit to spending just 5 minutes a day writing… Continue reading October Scripture Writing Plan: Life Verses