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Bob Sorge
My passion is to empower believers who are waiting on God alone. And I’m Opa to the world’s cutest grandchildren.
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Bob Sorge 5h
God’s a Giver not a Taker. When He takes, it’s so that He might later on give even more. Job 1:21
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Bob Sorge Jun 16
When your joy gets buried, it’s like seed going into the ground. One day it will burst forth in a harvest of gladness. Psa 97:11
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Bob Sorge Jun 15
If you apply the simply yet profound message you encounter in this one-minute video to your life, it will change the way you minister to others and God forever:
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Bob Sorge Jun 15
God's actually more committed to this relationship than you are.
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Bob Sorge Jun 14
It's not the fire that changes you. It's your pursuit of God in the fire that changes you.
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Bob Sorge Jun 13
My new book is AVAILABLE NOW! Jesus gave a supremely wise way to tackle the most troubling enemy of our marriages—and almost nobody knows about it. Click here to get your copy today.
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Bob Sorge Jun 12
Paul experienced longsuffering and joy simultaneously, Col. 1:11. How can you possibly know true joy unless your heart also properly carries—like God—appropriate grief?
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Bob Sorge Jun 11
Find your joy in eating the words of God. Jer 15:16
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Bob Sorge Jun 10
Satan has declared a permanent state of war against your family and your marriage. God champions marriage, but Satan wars against it.
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Bob Sorge Jun 9
When God finally anoints you with joy, it will come on your life like an oil that stays on you. Isa 61:1-3
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Bob Sorge Jun 8
Fiery holiness doesn’t make you grumpy. Quite the opposite, it wraps you in the oil of gladness. Psa 45:7
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Bob Sorge Jun 7
Paul experienced longsuffering and joy simultaneously, Col. 1:11. How can you possibly know true joy unless your heart also properly carries—like God—appropriate grief?
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Bob Sorge Jun 6
Sometimes we’re in denial about our capacity. The sphere we can steward faithfully is sometimes smaller than the grandeur of what we imagine God should entrust to us. If He gave us what we wanted, it would damage us.
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Bob Sorge Jun 5
What you sow in the leaving process is what you will reap in the next place you land.
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Bob Sorge Jun 4
Obeying Jesus in faith will produce better fruit than choosing to dismiss His counsel because we don’t think the process will be executed perfectly.
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Bob Sorge Jun 3
My son is producing a new weekly video series for me called Minute Meditations. New videos will release every Monday on my YouTube channel. Click on the link to watch our first episode: Finding Your Life Vision.
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Bob Sorge Jun 3
Many people are so fixated upon their future destiny—where they are going in life—that they miss the glory of the moment. Be present in the present. Give yourself in your relationship with Jesus in the now, and be equally present when with others.
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Bob Sorge Jun 2
Prov. 16:6, those who lack the fear of the Lord will allow compromises in their lives to go unchallenged. Here’s how to know if the fear of the Lord is vibrantly alive within you: You are aggressively departing from all evil and disobedience.
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Bob Sorge Jun 1
We learn to perfect holiness by becoming faster repenters.
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Bob Sorge May 31
Jesus has given us a brilliant way to handle conflict in marriage, and almost nobody knows about it. Discover it for yourself in my new book, STUCK. Preorder here:
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