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Margaret Feinberg
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Margaret Feinberg 14h
With God, you can overcome anything. You are more than a conqueror through Jesus Christ!
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Margaret Feinberg 17h
This life, this beautiful, painful, wonderful, strange, topsy-turvy, lovely, heartbreaking life is a gift. Never ever forget this.
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Margaret Feinberg May 24
After much thought and prayer, I’m thrilled to announce the online Bible study we will be diving into this summer: Scouting the Divine: Searching for God among Wine, Wool, and Wild Honey.
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Margaret Feinberg May 24
With God, nothing is beyond His healing, redemption, transformation, or change—including you! You can live without regret.
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Margaret Feinberg May 23
Reading the Gospels is like sitting down with a group of old friends remembering a shared experience. Though everyone encountered the same things, each person recalls different details and has a unique perspective.
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Margaret Feinberg May 23
God’s love is unconditional and endless. He relentlessly and passionately loves you—His beloved.
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Margaret Feinberg May 23
Friendships take time and effort to cultivate and strengthen. If you aren’t spending time or energy on your friendships, they often fade.
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Margaret Feinberg May 23
Faith is the ability to recognize that what we see isn’t the last word. Faith challenges us to remember that it’s always darkest before the dawn. That we can overcome dark situations because Christ has overcome darkest situation. He conquered the grave to bring us new life.
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Margaret Feinberg May 22
This resonates with me...
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Margaret Feinberg May 22
Jesus rocks the world of His followers when He calls them friends.
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Margaret Feinberg May 22
Without a continuous infusion of that which is good and true and beautiful, you’ll quickly burn through your sense of holy awe.
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Margaret Feinberg May 22
All of us have tremendous worth, but our value is not in what others think, but what God thinks.
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Margaret Feinberg May 21
You are wholly forgiven by God. The slate has been completely wiped clean. Remembering how much God has forgiven you will strengthen you to extend forgiveness to others.
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Margaret Feinberg May 21
While happiness is based on outward circumstances, joy is dependent on our inward character. You can’t help but encounter joy when you encounter Jesus and all that God has for you and has created you to be.
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Margaret Feinberg May 21
Sheep have a reckless demand for leadership… that’s why it’s so important to focus our eyes on the Good Shepherd.
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Margaret Feinberg May 21
I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy!
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Margaret Feinberg May 20
In silence, we give time for God to speak and for us to respond.
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Margaret Feinberg May 20
Grace and peace is more than a tagline. Grace and peace provides a blessing, a benediction, an invitation, and a promise. What is causing you to feel the most fear right now? How can you move forward with grace and peace?
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Margaret Feinberg May 20
When everything around us distracts us from what matters, solitude grounds us in who God is and His desire for a relationship with us.
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Margaret Feinberg May 20
Sabbath is not dependent upon our readiness to stop. We do not stop when we are finished. We do not stop when we complete our phone calls, finish our project, get through this stack of messages, or get out this report that is due tomorrow. We stop because it’s time to stop.
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