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What God says about your messy past | jillemccormick.com
Your past does not define you. God\'s love defines you. Your position as a woman after His own heart defines you. If you struggle with previous mistakes or a messy past, let these words of grace and truth give you peace and rest, knowing that God loves you and can redeem every situation. Read on!
When Someone You Love Is Making Poor Choices — The Better Mom
Ever made a huge mistake, turned away from wisdom and found your life in a mess? We've all been there, but somehow that doesn't make it any easier to watch someone we love struggle in the same way. If you have loved one who is living in a mess these days,
How to Forgive Yourself and Move On
Ever wonder how to forgive yourself and move on? Do you ask questions like...What if I can't forgive myself? There are many benefits of forgiving yourself. Self forgiveness is freedom from beating yourself up over past mistakes. Learn how to forgive yourself for past mistakes and bad decisions and let go of the past for good! Click through to find out what to do when you can't forgive yourself! #selfforgiveness #forgiveness #howtoforgiveyourself
God's Love: We All Make Mistakes • Psalm 37:23-24 • Redemptions Touch
Holding onto the guilt from past mistakes isn't healthy. Learn how God can help you let go of past mistakes so you get get rid of guilt! #Guilt #Mistakes #Forgiveness #devotion #BibleStudy
Watermelon Seed Christians | Creative Youth Ideas
Watermelons are almost synonymous with summer - cool, refreshing, and great on a hot summer day. Watermelons can also be used for a variety of fun, and sometimes messy games, though the cost could be a bit prohibitive for some youth groups. Here are varieties of games using watermelons as well as some ideas for spiritual lessons using this popular summer treat.
Popcorn Christians | Creative Youth Ideas
Popcorn is a seed that is hard and tasteless, until placed in the fire. And then the white goodness on the inside comes out for us to not only smell the aroma, but also to taste. It's a powerful object lesson and metaphor for Christ working in us and drawing others to himself through as…