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Believe that God can take the very worst that occurs and use it for his purposes. ~ Dr. Jesse Middendorf, 08/01/1995, Kansas City, MO

 

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The ultimate measure of our worth is not our apparent success, but whether or not we remain faithful to God. ~ Dr. Jesse Middendorf, 08/01/1995, Kansas City, MO

 

 

 

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Those who really love us are those who know us at our worst, and still love us. ~ Pastor Dan Ketchum, 07/30/1995, Nampa, ID.

 

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Some say love is blind. For Jesus, love was open-eyed. He loves us just as we are, and so must we love others. ~ Pastor Dan Ketchum, 07/30/1995, Nampa, ID.

 

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Purity of heart is at the center of humble service. ~ Pastor Dan Ketchum, 07/30/1995, Nampa, ID.

 

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There are too many in our churches today who are filled with a competitive pride. When we are tempted to think of our slights, our hurts, the ways we may feel walked on by another….. what about the reaction of Christ in a similar situation? ~ Pastor Dan Ketchum, 07/30/1995, Nampa, ID.

 

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Jesus knew he had come from God and he was going to return to God. Yet, he never became complacent or too busy for the menial things in life. ~ Pastor Dan Ketchum, 07/30/1995, Nampa, ID.

 

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Our job as Christians is not to spend time trying to determine when Jesus will return to this earth. Rather, we are to see that the will of God is accomplished in every hour in which we live. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, 07/25/1995, Lewiston, ID.

 

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Sometimes, as we look back, we can see that the worse our lives seem to have gotten, the more significant the presence of God became in our lives! ~ Pastor Paul Barber, 07/25/1995, Lewiston, ID.

 

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Every hour in life is significant for that one truly committed to Jesus. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, 07/25/1995, Lewiston, ID.

 

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