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14 Nov 2016
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Behavioral specialists tell us it takes approximately 21 days to condition a new habit into existence. Doing some repetitive behavior daily for 21 days will condition a human being into a habitual behavior pattern. Here’s an experiment you can try.

23 Sep 2016
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Psalm 133:3 declares,”From the rising of the sun to the place where it sets, the name of the LORD is to be praised.” We need to be praising and shouting the name of the Lord! He is to be praised for His mighty works. It is beyond our mind how great our Lord is!

13 Oct 2016
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Exodus 33:14 “And he said, “My presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.” There are days that we are so tired and worn out. There is only One that keep’s us going and that  is the Lord. As Christians our solace is in the Lord. He keeps us going  on our journey every day!

18 Oct 2016
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Have you ever looked at His world that He designed and said, “WOW!” God is amazing!
Everything that He has made starting from the book of Genesis is so intricate and complex.

24 Oct 2016
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In the middle of the evening, my two gerbils were thirsting for water. My mom realized that my gerbils had run out of water. Finally, they were quenched with that silky, soft, soothing water. Just like the gerbils, we are always thirsty for rich and deep water.

20 Sep 2016
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We need to be bathing in God’s Word every single day! God tell us to read His Words and we NEED to do it! Even when there are days when we don’t feel like reading His precious Word we need to do it, because we never know what goodness God is going to give us. We will be blessed when we are in His Word every day.

16 Sep 2016
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Shout for joy! Sing to a Lord a praising song! Praise Him with your voice and give Him all the glory! Psalm 104:33 says,"I will sing to the LORD all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live." Give the Lord praise all the days of your life! As long as we live let's lift His name up high! 

23 Ene 2016
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Very often we applaud ourselves or others in a manner that produces self-righteousness (look at who I am because of what I did) or produces faith based on works (God are you going to congratulate me because I obeyed you?)

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