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2017/12/15

Distracted

Driving distracted like while texting or putting on makeup is dangerous. I had a hectic experience in Greece. A local Greek driver was drinking coffee at the same time as making phone calls and steering with her knees in crazy Greek traffic. Sjoe-Sjoe!

In life there are so many things that distract us. Not just the sin stuff but things that keep us busy and not focused on following Jesus wholeheartedly. “Keep your eyes straight ahead; ignore all sideshow distractions. Watch your step, and the road will stretch out smooth before you. Look neither right nor left; leave evil in the dust” (Proverbs 4:25-27 Message).

Read Proverbs 4:25-27 here:http://bit.ly/2xEBN8c

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2017/12/08

Read Proverbs 4:23 here –http://bit.ly/2wE9gmK

How do you guard or protect something valuable?
What do you do with it?

The heart is the most important part of us- especially if we say Jesus lives in us!
We’re told to guard our hearts above all because from our hearts comes our lives.
Everything we think, say and do is affected by what is in our hearts. So we need to pay careful attention to what we let in.

Ask God to purify your heart and focus on Him so that what comes from your heart is pleasing to Him.

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#Rachel

2017/11/24

Read Proverbs 31:8-9 here http://bit.ly/2xrft1D.

Speak up for those who can’t speak up for themselves.
As a nurse I have to do this and advocate for my patients.

God’s heart is towards the weak, poor and needy. As God’s children we’re called to speak up for those who are poor, needy or disadvantaged in some way. This could be another kid at school who is bullied or excluded. It’s exciting that we get to join in God’s work, to show Him to be real through our words and actions.

Who can you speak up for today and this week?

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#Rachel

2017/11/17

Read Proverbs 1:7 (http://bit.ly/2xryuRH) and 9:10 (http://bit.ly/2xsLgPE)

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”
Fear of the Lord – should we be terrified of him?

In the Narnia books this was said about Aslan: “Safe? Of course he isn’t safe, but he is good, he’s the King”.

Likewise, God is to be respected, held in awe but also recognised for who He is and what that means for us. We need to know our place before our Almighty, powerful God and let that direct the way we pray to Him and live our lives. This will help us grow in wisdom.

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#Rachel