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Words of Life

Is life busy, full of distractions and just super tiring at times? Wanting to be refreshed? Seeking to be more intentional with your time? Looking for a purpose in it all?

In an ever-changing, uncertain world, there is hope for you and me.

LORD, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” John 6:68

Prove your adoration in your life. All should be calm and joy. Calm and joy are the

outward expressions of adoration.

Adoration is that welling up of the whole being in Love’s wonder-praise to Me.

If you truly adored, your whole life would be in harmony with that adoration, expressing

as far as you were able, in all its varied manifestations, that Beauty of the Lord Whom you adore.

Unto Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, and to make you stand in…

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