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8/27/10 10:18 A

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So true and important! Thank you NORTHWOODSMOM8! I need to work on the "faint not" part especially. I need more consistency in my program. You have quite a ministry with your walks!

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I Corinthians 9:27
"I discipline my body and bring it under strict control"

II Corinthians 10:4
"For the weapons of our warfare are not physical (weapons of flesh and blood),but they are mighty before God for the overthrow and destruction of strongholds."


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8/26/10 10:07 P

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Amen, let's make sure we sow to the Spirit in our walk!

Live in His presence!
Linda
"In the midst of His unfathomable glory, power, and majesty, it is His pleaure to spend time with you.
John Paul Jackson"
God can work all things to the good of those who love Him (Romans 8:28).



Trust is vital to intimacy with Jesus.



"We need to learn how to be transformed and conformed to the nature of God.
Life is not about coming to Christ, it's about becoming Christ-like."
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8/26/10 4:01 P

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What an encouragement you are in your walk. You draw people in.
Thank you
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Edited by: JACQUISPAGE at: 8/26/2010 (16:02)
'Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.'
Winston Churchill.


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8/26/10 8:52 A

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Today on my walk, I was praying for one of the SparkTeam members and I was asking the Lord to help him not be weary in doing what is GOOD, and the then I finished the last part of the verse for him...for in DUE season he shall REAP if he faints not.

Well, the LORD immediately showed me that this was indeed like the 'Tipping Point Theory' that Chris shares in "The Spark" and I was SO blessed! KEEP doing the things we know to do and EVENTUALLY we will reap a harvest! And really, when you think about it, WHAT are the options??? It's like when Jesus asked if the disciples were going to leave too, and they said, WHERE would we go, you have the WORDS of eternal life! Well, what are our options--shall we quit seeking to live a healthier lifestyle and losing the unwanted pounds or shall we press on knowing the Spirit of the Living God is there to empower us through our journey?

We can quit and sow to the flesh and reap
feeling miserable, tired, sluggish, FAT, and depressed OR we can continue to sow to the spirit and feel invigorated, energized, healthier and encouraged!

Sowing to the Spirit allows us to reap good things: bearing fruit in every good work! Let us not grow weary in doing what is good! Today let us go that extra mile [figuratively OR LITERALLY ;-)] and reap blessings beyond words!

Susan--wife to Dennis and mom to 8 super blessings.

"You either sacrifice today to reach tomorrow's goals, or you give up your dreams in favor of the fleeting comfort that's distracting you." Dave Griffin

"I'm a simple Jesus girl on a journey to finding deeper motivation than just a number on my scale for getting and staying healthy." Lysa Terkeurst


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