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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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My man as only he can do it
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Zack Hunt Oct 17
If the books of the Bible were gifs.... (Part 1: Genesis - Hosea)
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Scott Sauls Oct 17
In the new heaven and new earth, lambs will be at peace with lions, snakes will be at peace with scorpions, and (yes, it’s true) liberals will be at peace with conservatives.
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Reggie Joiner Oct 17
Avoid the temptation to measure someone by their worst moment. Don’t let someone’s failure stop you from believing in their potential.
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Desiring God Oct 16
“I will help you.” “I will strengthen you.” “I will uphold you.” “I will give you what you need to say.” “I love you.” Let God’s promises strengthen you today and every day.
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Tim Keller Wisdom Oct 17
When I forget the gospel I become dependent on the smiles and evaluation of others.
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Timothy Keller Oct 16
The assumption about Christianity is all wrong. Christians don't believe that goodness gets you to heaven. Christians believe it's exhausting to rely on your own goodness.
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Tullian Tchividjian Oct 15
The core message of Christianity is not "do something big for God." The core message of Christianity is "God has done something big for you."
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Dave Adamson Oct 16
Good things happen when you distance yourself from negative people.
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David McGowin Oct 15
Replying to @JonesCountyEOC
So that cool front arrives when? 😆
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David McGowin Oct 15
Replying to @tmagee2
Kinda like the church u grew up in! Hope to see u soon!
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Dave Adamson Oct 15
Don’t let your fear of what could happen make nothing happen.
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David McGowin Oct 15
Replying to @BallCoachJoeMo
Always gonna be Eeyores who ain’t happy! Lookin forward to Saturday!
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Andy Stoddard Oct 15
It can be hard to be faithful. It is easy to either give up, when we see others not following God, or we can harden our hearts against them. What are we to do?
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Beth Moore Oct 15
Don’t you just sorta hope when Eugene Peterson finally sees the gorgeous, glorious face of the Savior he has so long loved and served, that Jesus is the type that might greet him with something from The Message translation? Like, maybe John 21:12? “Breakfast is ready.” MSG
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David McGowin Oct 13
Replying to @hind_leg
That was a clean hit on the Ark qb
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Tullian Tchividjian Oct 13
The gospel is not a command to hang on to Jesus; it’s a promise that no matter how weak and faulty our faith and efforts may be, God is always holding on to us.
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Tullian Tchividjian Oct 12
One question that I have been asked time and time again over the years is: “If someone commits suicide, do they go to heaven?” My answer is here:
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BrennanManning Oct 12
If you know you are Beloved of God, you can live with an enormous amount of success and an enormous amount of failure without losing your identity, because your identity is that you are the Beloved. —
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Jarrid Wilson Oct 11
If you call yourself a Christian, but you talk more about your political party than you do Jesus, there’s a problem.
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