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Flowing Faith
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Christian ministry to inspire, encourage, and uplift.
Christian ministry to inspire, encourage, and uplift.

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When you notice that there is no sense of living water flowing in and out of you, do not be condemned. Do not drop your head. Do not run to the dark. Do not run away from God. Just say: “At this moment it’s not the reality it should be in my life, I will run boldly to Christ with the biggest bucket I can find, and I will wait and wait and wait and wait. I will give Him no peace until He fills me.~ Paul Washer
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The popular idea is that this world is real, exciting, and fulfilling, but the next world to come is not real or fulfilling. But the Bible teaches just the opposite, that it is this world that is vague, unfulfilling, and ultimately not real, and the next world of eternity is what is exciting, fulfilling, and real.~ Douglas Taylor
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Don’t get overwhelmed by how much time you have already wasted, and don’t dwell too long on past mistakes. Just take the next step. And keep the end in view.~ Francis Chan
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The natural life knows that if the spiritual life gets hold of it, all its self-centredness and self-will are going to be killed and it is ready to fight tooth and nail to avoid that.~ CS Lewis
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Completing something feels great, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, we don’t get to feel that too often. Life is full of incomplete things and unfinished business. And, what is the most annoying thing, we aren’t finished products either. If we don’t want to always be unsatisfied at some level, we need to learn to embrace our imperfectness. Because as longs as we pretend we are already perfect and complete, we are not learning and growing. Instead, we are merely existing. But when we accept that we will be works in progress until the day we die, we are open to welcome the Holy Spirit’s work in us. That’s how spiritual growth happens. And that’s how we are on our way to becoming graciously imperfect.
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Jesus died so that we could spend an eternity with Him in Heaven, and so that we could live with His Spirit operating inside of us on the earth. His sacrifice did more than forgive you, it empowered you.~ Randy Clark
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We should take advantage of His faithfulness and make every day a fresh start. Resolve to make each day the beginning of a new year, a new morning, a new adventure. He wipes the slate clean and goes back to zero so we can be filled up again with His spirit and give it out all day long. Enjoy the blessings of a new year, in Christ, one day at a time! ~ Debbie Carroccio
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When prayer is less sweet and easy; when love is less animated and tender; when the presence of God is less evident and less consoling; when even outward duties are fulfilled with less facility and enjoyment; then faithfulness is greater when maintained under these painful circumstances, and that is all that God requires.~ Francois Fenelon
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God has called us to shine, just as much as Daniel was sent into Babylon to shine. Let no one say that he cannot shine because he has not so much influence as some others may have. What God wants you to do is to use the influence you have. Daniel probably did not have much influence down in Babylon at first, but God soon gave him more because he was faithful and used what he had.~ DL Moody
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Holding His faithfulness, we may face, with calm and sober but confident assurance of victory, every difficulty and danger. We may count on grace for the work, on pecuniary aid, on needful facilities, and on ultimate success. Let us not give Him a partial trust, but daily, hourly serve Him, holding God’s faithfulness.~  James Hudson Taylor
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