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It’s Sunday!

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I watched 4 Church services today! Praise God! Normally I would only watch 1, (at Revolution Church). All the services I attended online, preached about the chaos brought on by the coronavirus. However they all taught about God’s sovereignty and peace through different scriptures from the Bible, Joshua 3, Hebrews 13, Colossians 1, Mark 4 and 5. God’s Word -The Bible is Your Truth. It will lead you closer to God, your Protector, Provider, Healer, Deliverer, Strength and Savior. God is Good and He’s Alive! If you Know Him AND Believe that He is Your Savior, You have NO fear of the future. If you Know but don’t Believe in Him as your Savior, you can today! Pray: Dear God, I know you love me. I know who you are and I want you as my Savior. I believe you died on the cross for my sins. I believe you sacrificed your life for mine. I want to be yours, your child, your kid! I want to be apart of your family. I confess all of my sins to you and I’m sorry for everything I’ve done. Please forgive me and come live in my heart forever. Change me! Change my life! Help me to be the person you created me to be! I love you! In Jesus name, Amen! Welcome to God’s family! I’m here for you and love you as a brother or sister in Christ through God’s love for me! If you need prayer, please ask. Have a wonderful day! God is So Good to us! #itsshoutingtimeinheaven

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  1. alavenderplace – A Lavender Place is a proud single parent of an 11 year old boy who is the inspiration for her blog. Her hope is to provide a platform to support single parents on their journey through parenthood. She has an MA in Organizational Management. Presently, she is working on her second master's degree and teaching 6th grade math in one of Georgia's largest school systems. She enjoys spending time with family, reading, collecting books of all genres, researching new ways to make math engaging and meaningful, making new vegan recipes, exercising, traveling and learning new things. She prides herself on being a life-long learner.
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    There’s no harm in being engrossed in the word!

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