Quotemeal: Jan. 29th, 2019

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

ToGather: Asking for Godly Wisdom

Let's ask God to give us the wisdom we need to live for Him and live with His character.

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"A crushing hurt comes to our heart and the sympathizing, scarred hand of Christ presses the wound; and just for a moment,the pain seems to intensify,...but finally the bleeding stops."
— Beth Moore

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Illustration of Beth Moore — "A crushing hurt comes to our heart and the sympathizing, scarred hand of Christ presses the wound; and just for a moment,the pain seems to intensify,...but finally the bleeding stops."

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Quotemeal is a daily dose of Christian quotes to inspire and encourage.