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Margaret Feinberg
Popular speaker and author of ,, and small group Bible studies. Novice tortilla maker.
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Margaret Feinberg 4h
Freedom comes from knowing who you are in Christ. :
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Margaret Feinberg 8h
The gift of Sabbath liberates us from everything that holds us back and binds us to the one committed to see us flourish.
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Margaret Feinberg 10h
Replying to @angelapharr @EWomen
Miss you
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Margaret Feinberg 24h
Move from disappointment to dreaming again.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 21
Love well. Laugh often. Look for the miraculous.
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Michele Cushatt Apr 19
Trying to manage others' disappointments is the surest path to being overwhelmed.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 21
Cast your cares on the Lord and HE WILL sustain you. –Psalm 55:22
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 20
What are your tips for avoiding the procrastination station?
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 20
“God’s love language is not words alone.” –
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 19
So proud of you two! Xoxo
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 19
We cannot alone. Remember: we’re in this TOGETHER.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 19
Every human knows thirst. But what’s the difference between dead and Living Water? Two words: .
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 18
This group created their own “joyful masterpieces”!
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 18
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: What! You too? I thought I was the only one.” –C.S. Lewis
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 17
We can look upon that which is marked by beauty as inspiration to worship the Maker of beauty.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 17
70% of all Americans believe they have a book inside them.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 16
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 15
With these words, Jesus invites us to be part of a greater story, part of His plan for redemption…
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 15
When you enter a season of hiddenness, remember the One who still sees you.
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Margaret Feinberg Apr 14
John recognized that it was Jesus, but Peter was the one who got out of the boat.
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