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The Path of Meekness

I am asking myself what being meek really means and why it is important. In Matthew 11 Jesus called himself “meek and lowly in heart.” If it was important for Jesus to be meek, I am wondering if it is important for me to be meek. I’m thinking “yes.”:)

Moses was called “the meekest man on the face of the earth.” What was the common denominator between Moses, Jesus, and meekness and what is meekness all about?

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Grief

Tweet On the day after a tight election, when about half the country is grieving that their candidate lost, it might be a good time to talk about the grief process. Let’s consider that the end of the grieving process is getting to a place of peaceful acceptance of the reality that we have lived and experienced. And remember, the most common way that people respond to grief is DENIAL. So the first part of grieving is the actual loss. This could be a great disappointment or a physical loss or sickness, for you or someone else that you...

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Daily Fellowship With God by Andrew Murray

Tweet Good day to you friends of Samaritan’s Well. Today, we are presenting a 100 year old teaching from Andrew Murray that is so good that we have brought it to modern day language. We hope that you enjoy! Daily Fellowship By Andrew Murray The first and chief need of our Christian life is, Fellowship with God. The Divine life within us comes from God, and is entirely dependent upon Him. As I need every moment fresh air to breathe, as the sun sends down its light every moment, so it is only in direct living communication with God that...

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