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Jared C. Wilson
Sometimes when God closes a door, he doesn't open a window. He wants you inside when the building collapses. The Q: Will Christ be enough?
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Andrew Toth Jul 8
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Yeah this is a lot less likely to be printed on a coffee cup or a motivational poster. The truth isn't always pretty.
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Andrew Toth Jul 8
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... to our sinful eyes anyway
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Jake Brown Jul 8
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Bringing the heat today. Hope you're writing/speaking
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David 🌊 Burgess Jul 8
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That's not God- That's the thief coming to steal, kill, destroy..~
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⛪️VictoriaWest⛪️ Jul 8
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Like Samson?
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Wendy Scott Jul 8
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This rocked me because before now I always thought the doors and windows were leading IN to a building and not OUT. So much to rethink.
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Andy Doane Jul 8
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I'd love to see the Precious Moments figurine that goes with this quote.
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Sarah Jul 8
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Jesus is always enough. Period. No question.
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Jay Miller Jul 9
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Why would he do that? Asked Joseph, Moses, David, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Habakkuk, Hosea, Elijah, Naomi, John the Baptist, Peter, Stephen...
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Jason Vance Jul 9
Yep.
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Grant Kruger Jul 9
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If Christ isn't enough, does it matter how you get out or where to?
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Pastor Dave Thomas Jul 9
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Mt 14:22ff - the Disciples were exactly where Jesus told them to be doing exactly what he said when a storm started to rock the boat!
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