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“So many people never pause long enough to make up their minds about basic issues of life and death. It’s quite possible to go through your whole life, making the mechanical motions of living, adopting as your own set of ideals you’ve picked up some place or other and die – never having come to any conclusion for yourself as to what life is all about.

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A Fast from Criticism, from Mrs. Marshall

Matterofprayer: A Year of Everyday Prayers – Thursday, March 9, 2017

A Fast from Criticism, from Mrs. Marshall

The spiritual discipline of the day is fasting. 280 more words

Advent Peace #7: Sanctified Imagination

Early this summer I was browsing one of our local shops and found a couple familiar books. No one is surprised, right? I can walk down the street and find a familiar book somewhere. 475 more words

Clouds Given Their Marching Orders

“You know, Opal,” I suggested hesitantly, “have you ever thought that the only ugly things in this Cove are man’s fault, while the beautiful things are God’s work? 468 more words

Quote #5

“Sometimes it is helpful to ask ourselves as we pray, ‘do I really expect anything to happen?'” -Catherine Marshall

“There is one way in which the power of prayer differs from all the powers of the world; it is the only power that cannot be used for evil.” -Harold Lindsell…

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Hidup kristiani

“Sekali kita mengakui kebutuhan kita akan Yesus, disanalah bangunan iman kita dimulai. Ini adalah kehidupan yang hari ke hari, saat demi saat tergantung mutlak kepada-Nya dalam semua hal”. – Catherine Marshall


The Encouragement Prayer

I love the works of Catherine Marshall. One of the many lessons her books have taught me is that we can experiment with prayer. At first, that concept sounded wrong to me, as if prayer was something we use to figure out how to manage God. 343 more words