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Thirst has a purpose. God designed us to thirst so that we would not perish. Thirst reminds our bodies of what they need to live–– primarily water. Other things may try to disguise themselves as adequate hydration. But the sugar in some beverages and the caffeine in others is not what our bodies need. They need WATER. And so it is with...

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Self-care can be crazy hard. There are usually a handful to a hundred reasons we should be doing something, ANYTHING other than care for ourselves. Gah! The past five weeks have been eye-opening for me. As we've studied spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical self-care, I've learned that I've got a lot to learn! This week was no exception. The social part...

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One more beat of the drum because "new" never gets old! We've explored different ways God gives us new the past three weeks. New beginnings. New mercy. New "wine." This week's new is more personal. It's the new He does IN us THROUGH Christ. "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things...

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I don't know if the shine has worn off anyone else's New Year, but for some reason, I'm still there. Reading about new. Thinking about new. Hoping for new. "But new wine must be put into new wineskins, and both are preserved." Luke 5:38 NKJV Perhaps that's why this verse jumped off the pages. I read it and immediately slid into this...

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I'm a fresh air freak. The moment the temps warm up, the furnace goes off, and the windows go open. Even if it's just fifteen minutes. Out with the old air, in with the new! I know I'm not alone in hoping that 2022 ushers in "fresh air."We hope, right? I have many hopes for the new year. Some that may...

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