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Prepare New Cartridge?
So, we bought a new all singing and all dancing* printer copier for the church. The sales blurb told us that the high-capacity toner cartridges would produce 3000 copies and so I was surprised to get a warning to ‘prepare … Continue reading
You Don’t Have To Be Amazing!
So, Jesus came down a mountain and found his disciples unable to heal a boy and so he dealt with what was happening spiritually and soon the boy was well again. When the disciples asked him why they hadn’t been able … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, change, Faith, Following Jesus, freedom, Jesus, Life in all it's fullness, Listening to God, restoration, trust Tagged 2 corinthians 12 9, faith as small as a mustard seed, god's power is made perfect in weakness, matthew 17, partnering with God, power made perfect in weakness, rely on God, you don't have to cope 1 Comment
Why it’s normal to be weak and strong
I am a really determined optimistic person and I am also a naturally impatient person who can easily overdo it. Do you see the link between my strengths and weaknesses? We can easily celebrate someone’s strengths as being good and treat … Continue reading