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Tanya Eavenson
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Quenching Thirst With Living Water
Quenching Thirst With Living Water

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This week's promise is centered on a verse that represents love like no other. For God loved us so much, that He sent His Son to die for us. That if we believe, trust, and confess our faith in Him - we will have eternal life.

There's no maybe in this, but a promise. Regardless of your past, He will continue to love you in the future.

So whatever this week holds for you, whether in good or difficult times, rest in the fact that you are precious to God. You are loved unconditionally.

"And this is the promise that Jesus made to us —eternal life." 1 John 2:25
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You REALLY think you know your neighbors...Check out Christian Author Lillian Duncan and find out...
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One of Forty was a sweet romance. It shows you how know not to allow your past to keep you from your future.

Melody allowed her past mistakes to dictate a lot of the decisions she made in her life and it almost caused her to miss out on her blessing. But, I love that Joshua was willing and determined to be patient and show her love. He was able to show her that real love does not condemn, that it is long suffering and will not keep count of wrongs.

This story teaches you that your biggest testimony is not what you say, but how you live. I will admit that this story had one of my pet peeves. I don't like when a romance has very little romance. I actually felt that Joshua and Melody were friends instead of a couple. There was something that happened toward the end of the book that I felt was out of place. I could see that scene happening if they came across as more of a couple than friends. I give this story 4 stars because the lovers of sweet romance would adore this story.
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Here is a Book Review about J Warner Wallace's Book "Cold-Case Christianity". Please click on the link to read the review of this Biblical History Books.
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Please stop on over and check out Christian Author Debra Sue Brice's good news...

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