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We can fool people—not God! ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, 3/15/1992.

 

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Satan searches out those areas in our life and character where we are weakest. That’s where he goes to work on us. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, 3/15/1992.

 

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Satan will use every avenue he can to bring us to a point where we hesitate, slip and fall in our walk with God. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, 3/15/1992.

 

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We never sin alone. We always take someone with us. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, 3/15/1992.

 

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The only perfection we will ever have [in this life] is in our relationship with God! ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/8/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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We will never be perfect. Some…have preached human perfection. Hogwash! They preach that we can bat 1000 every time we step up to the plate. That’s not gonna’ happen! ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/8/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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One of the greatest marks of the sanctified heart is the willingness to say, “I’m sorry. Will you forgive me?”after we have blown it with someone. ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/8/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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Our devotional lives require a response from us to the message of Christ. You need to learn to wait—wait in silence for God to speak, and He will! ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/6/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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Daily devotions—time spent with your Lord—will keep your heart sensitive to the voice of God so that you will be able to hear his voice and hear it clearly. ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/6/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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[Christian], God will be honest with us and point out to us when we blow it. When He does, take note of it and pray for God’s forgiveness immediately. He will hear and answer that prayer! ~ Dr. Steve Fletcher, 3/6/1992, Lewiston, ID. 

 

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