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To me, this verse means that I do not have to worry and that I can trust God. He knows what He is doing and has a plan for me.
I instantly knew that God was about to become real to my children and that this experience would stay with them forever, if only they would believe.
When I was young in the faith, I had a lot of trouble with my “old man.” The King James Version said he’d been destroyed, but mine sometimes seemed to be alive and well! I wondered if I was not a true Christian, although I loved Jesus and had given my life to Him.
While I was worrying, God was working.
Although it has been a rough time for me, God gave me the strength to get through those times, and this verse has helped me a lot.
For months in advance, teams typically comprised of six members are tasked with memorizing chapters of Scripture for Pathfinder Bible Experience (PBE) events. But this weekend, the Potomac Conference Leesburg team from Virginia is going to the North American Division-level event with only three members and twice the amount of memorization per member than the average team.
At one point a vegan, she now eats more plant-based meals. “Being vegetarian or vegan doesn’t mean that we are healthy! We can be junk food vegetarians and vegans!” says Keiva Dennis.
This verse has made an impact in my life and in my heart. I still get upset at times, but in those moments, I hear a still, small voice telling me to love everyone I encounter.
Through their yearlong “Gifts for Jesus” ministry, members of the Smith Mountain Lake church in Moneta, Va., give financial donations that are placed on a mission tree designated for chosen projects.
This verse speaks to a specific challenge in my life that makes me feel weak at times.