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Linda Hoye
Word wrangler, photo taker. Not this, but the Creator of this.
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Linda Hoye 12h
Thanks, , your work is the background music in my mind this morning.
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Linda Hoye Dec 10
Nor your second draft. Possibly even the third, fourth, and fifth.
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Linda Hoye Dec 9
Replying to @KathyPooler
Thank you for sharing, Kathy.
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Linda Hoye Dec 7
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Linda Hoye Dec 7
Replying to @scottsauls
Broadchurch.
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Edie Melson Dec 5
Keep Even When You Absolutely Hate It – on Positive Writer
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Linda Hoye Dec 5
I think this was what Jesus had in mind.
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Linda Hoye Dec 5
Award winning books written by Canadian authors? Yes please! Enter to win a bundle of RBC Taylor Prize finalists in 's 12 Days of Bookness contest.
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Linda Hoye Dec 4
Replying to @KathyPooler
Thanks so much, Kathy.
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Linda Hoye Dec 2
“It is far more likely that we do not recognize God’s presence in our lives than it is that God is not present in our lives.” Robert Benson, In Constant Prayer
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Scott Sauls Dec 1
God has not called you to be awesome. He has called you to be humble, faithful, and free. Leave the awesome to him.
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Linda Hoye Dec 1
Replying to @scottsauls
Yes. Oh yes.
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Linda Hoye Dec 1
Replying to @KSPrior
My worst nightmare. Be safe.
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Linda Hoye Dec 1
“If December has its way with us, it will leave us too distracted to look up, as the shepherds did, and notice the blinding glory of the Lord.” Let’s not let that happen.
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Linda Hoye Dec 1
Let’s try listening. Who knows what we might learn from another.
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Linda Hoye Nov 30
Replying to @BrianZahnd
Yes. Oh yes. “Waiting for God to act is actually waiting for your soul to become quiet enough and contemplative enough to discern what God is doing in the obscure and forgotten corners, far from the corridors of power or wherever you think the action is.” Thank you.
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Linda Hoye Nov 30
“Waiting for God to act is actually waiting for your soul to become quiet enough and contemplative enough to discern what God is doing in the obscure and forgotten corners, far from the corridors of power or wherever you think the action is.”
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Scotty Smith Nov 30
What if consistent, rich fellowship with Jesus would segue into our being more humble, quicker at repenting, and less critical of others; and more generous with encouragement, our time, and possessions? It will.
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Linda Hoye Nov 30
“. . . from time to time, He shares His secrets with us.” thoughts. . .
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Linda Hoye Nov 30
Deep calls to deep, and my soul finds no resting place but Him. And in this season where it’s about to get loud, I set an intention to be quiet, to cease striving and know—to go deep.
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