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David McGowin
Jesus, family, Dawgs I try to keep it in that order but fail miserably at times! Ellisville First United Methodist Church
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Scotty Smith 6h
Jesus, may this be a week in which we smell more like grace than busyness, more like peace than drivenness, more like heaven than earthiness. Free us to treasure being with you more than doing stuff for you.
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David McGowin 5h
Jesus hired Matthew who was a cheater and a thief. He loved the prostitute who was brought in on trial.
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fumcellisvillems 5h
Good Monday Morning! Before you make a complaint today, be mindful of all you have to be thankful for! Thankful people are happy people.
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Scott Sauls Jul 15
Everyone will ultimately “take a side.” Yet Jesus gave so much of his time, attention, and love to people who did not side with him. A journey through the Gospels shows that he was especially tender toward people who did not believe in him or follow him.
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David McGowin Jul 14
Replying to @dawgschmuck
You can say it all you want, but you have no clue about everybody’s situation.
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Timothy Keller Jul 14
If we know God's approval we won't need to fear any disapproval from others.
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Craig Groeschel Jul 14
Becoming obsessed with what people think is the quickest way to forget about what God thinks.
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Bob Goff Jul 2
“Every time I wonder who I should love & for how long I should love them, God continues to whisper to me: Everybody, always.”
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Rick Warren Jul 13
When people are in deep pain they don't need explanations, advice, encouragement, or even Scripture. They just need you to show up and shut up. Just be WITH them. It’s the healing ministry of presence.
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David McGowin Jul 13
Come hear our men’s special this Sunday! 😂😂😂
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David McGowin Jul 13
Replying to @EricSHutchison
One long match!
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Timothy Keller Jul 13
Worry is not believing God will get it right, and bitterness is believing God got it wrong.
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fumcellisvillems Jul 13
It's really not what we do for God that matters but what He has done for us thru Christ. Be thankful and have a good weekend!
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Scott Sauls Jul 13
There is something incredibly attractive and inviting about people who stop pointing fingers and posing and pretending to be totally good and totally right, and instead start taking themselves less seriously and openly and freely admit that they are not yet what they should be.
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Tullian Tchividjian Jul 12
Because of what I do and who I am, I am a sinner. Because of what Jesus has done and who he is, I am a saint. I am both. All the time. Everyday. Sinner and saint. Fallen and free.
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fumcellisvillems Jul 12
Whatever choices you make today will all begin in the way you are thinking. Selfish thoughts will lead to selfish actions whereas godly thoughts will lead to Christ like actions.
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Scotty Smith Jul 12
Father, for the glory of your name... Replace our suspicions of others with trust in you. Replace our need to control outcomes with trust in you. Replace our unbelief, low expectancy, and little faith with trust in you.
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David McGowin Jul 11
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challies Jul 11
Haven’t seen your kids for a bit? Unplug the router and they’ll come looking for you within minutes…
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fumcellisvillems Jul 11
Spending time with Jesus includes prayer and bible study but equally as important is serving the least of these.
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