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Rebecca Wilcox
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Administrator and Co-Author of Saint In Training, a blog that seeks to encourage by sharing words of faith, hope and love. In addition to Saint In Training Rebecca also authors post for Walking Back 2 Me, a blog about weight-loss from a spiritual perspective. From faith to food, Walking Back 2 Me has it all.
Administrator and Co-Author of Saint In Training, a blog that seeks to encourage by sharing words of faith, hope and love. In addition to Saint In Training Rebecca also authors post for Walking Back 2 Me, a blog about weight-loss from a spiritual perspective. From faith to food, Walking Back 2 Me has it all.

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“They then said, What are we to do, that we may [habitually] be working the works of God? [What are we to do to carry out what God requires?] Jesus replied, This is the work (service) that God asks of you: that you believe in the One Whom He has sent…
Believe!
Believe!
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The world will offer us many opportunities to give up and go back to pick up old ways and thoughts. The never-ending battle to 'live right' can seem overwhelming at times. But we must never forget that we're not alone. We live in Christ and are hidden with Him in God!

To live is Christ and to abide in Him is to abide in God. No matter what troubles may come, no matter what the world would have us believe - we are hidden with Christ in God and we will never be alone!
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"Do You Know Who You Are?" The blog post ask this pertinent question to those who struggle against their past selves and who they desire to be in Christ.

Unless we know who we are in Christ how can we successfully navigate as Strangers in this Strange Land? Identifying with our past selves keeps our eyes focused in the wrong direction. This post ask the very pertinent question: Do You Know Who You Are?
Do You Know Who You Are?
Do You Know Who You Are?
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The real-estate market is out the roof! Houses are going left and right BUT they're not the type of houses you're thinking of...

"Agent of Evil Makes a Sale" is a parable of the house swept clean. Our bodies can be a house or a temple but not both.
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Only Jesus can transform a negative into a positive and turn darkness into light. This poem celebrates His changing power.
Night into Bright Light
Night into Bright Light
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Standing still before the Lord is faith in action. Trusting God in face of adversity in the form of delays, sickness, financial troubles is a challenge but with God, it's a challenge we can meet head on and come out victorious every time!

God is not a man. He does not make promises rashly, half-heartedly or with no power to make them come to pass. The power and integrity of God insures us that He will come through. Why is this important? Because there will be times when we will have to…
There is Power in Waiting
There is Power in Waiting
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It is a wise man who puts his trust in God while a foolish man seeks his own counsel. When wisdom speaks, hear and obey.

It is a wise man who puts his trust in God while a foolish man seeks his own counsel. When wisdom speaks, hear and obey.
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A poem of faith...

'Hope Reborn' is a poem of faith that's been reignited, stirred from dying embers to a determined and stubborn flame. If your flame is weakening, be encouraged, although the vision tarries - wait for it for it will surely come!
Hope Reborn
Hope Reborn
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Have you ever heard it said, "The darker the color, the richer the flavor," regarding a good tasting tea? It's true. The longer tea leaves are left to seep the fuller the taste and the richer the experience. So it is with us and Jesus - we have to seep in…
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Navigating through life can sometimes be likened to making our way through a fun house of mirrors, we think we're heading down the right path only to find we've made a wrong turn. God makes our pathways straight - if we listen and obey.
He Makes Our Paths Straight
He Makes Our Paths Straight
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