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Our faith in God can take us through the difficulties and hardships of life, accompanied by and surrounded by his great love.”~ Pastor Paul Barber, 09/30/1990, Lewiston, ID.

 

Pastor Bill

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“Time is irreversible. Once it’s spent you can’t retrieve it. It’s gone. Forever! Our world is hurtling through space along with the other heavenly bodies and galaxies. When you consider the speeds involved it is difficult to comprehend! The opportunities we Christians have for telling others of God’s love are rapidly slipping away. . . We better begin to give heavy thought to the manner in which we spend the time God, in his love, is allowing us. It is not something to be taken lightly.” ~ Pastor Duane Jones, 09/23/1990, Lewiston, ID.

 

Pastor Bill

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Jesus, the Good Shepherd, was not complacent when he found one of his sheep was missing. He did not wait around to see if it returned on its own. He went searching for that lost sheep in an aggressive and seeking manner. Let’s remember that we too, were lost, and Christ the Shepherd came looking for us.

Be shepherds to the lost.

 

Pastor Bill

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“People get so attached to things they won’t let go.

‘It’s always been that way!’

‘We’ve always done it that way.’

‘We’ve never done it that way before!’

Turn lose of the past and look to the future! Don’t get trapped in a pattern or situations, or with things that no longer glorify God.” ~ Pastor Paul Barber, 09/09/1990, Lewiston, ID.

 

Pastor Bill

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(Speaking of people in the church.) “We can become trapped by our feelings for things that no longer serve God’s purpose. We have a hard time letting go! . . . .Why don’t we stop and consider whether or not it is bringing glory to God?” ~ Pastor Paul Barber, 09/09/1990, Lewiston, ID.

 

Pastor Bill

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“As your body cannot live without food, neither can your spiritual life exist without food—spiritual food! It’s absolutely necessary. Spiritual food has a great influence on your soul. We must insure that healthy spiritual diets are an integral and intimate aspect of our lives.”~ Mark Lamb, 09/02/1990, Lewiston, ID.

 

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Prayer seldom changes things. Prayer sometimes changes people. Prayer always changes the one who prays.

 

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