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Good Saturday morning! I am thinking about starting the ark. Just waiting for God to say GO FOR IT!!
 
                                        October 17, 2009


VERSE:
   The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are
crushed in spirit.
    -- Psalm 34:18
      
THOUGHT:
   The LORD is ... ... near! ... present! ... close! How do I know?
He came close in the manger. He walked among us in ministry. He
suffered with us and for us at Calvary. We know that in tragedy,
trial, heartbreak, and brokenness he is near to us to save us. So,
will our hearts be open to him and will we be seeking him to come
near? Don't let troubles or heartache lead you to pull away from
God or doubt his nearness. Let him draw close to you.

PRAYER:
   O LORD, please be near me today. Make your presence known in my
life. Father, I also ask that you bless those I know who are
struggling with their faith, and with broken and disappointed
hearts. Please be active in their lives and make your presence
known in their lives. In Jesus' name. Amen.
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Good Morning, this beautiful Lord's day. The sun is finally shining but it's 29 degrees in West Tennessee. Hope all of you have a great day no matter where you are!
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                                       October 18, 2009


VERSE:
   A righteous man may have many troubles, but the LORD delivers
him from them all; he protects all his bones, not one of them will
be broken.
    -- Psalm 34:19-20
      

THOUGHT:
   We know that the righteous can have troubles, but how do we
understand that God delivers us from them all? How do we understand
that he protects all our bones, especially in light of recent
tragedies and the persecution of believers in many places in the
world? Paul demonstrates the answer: whatever happens to him will
turn out for his deliverance -- whether it is through his death to
be with God or whether it is through his release from prison to
continue ministry (Phil. 1:19-23). Our deliverance is secure. We
are conquerors in Christ. Nothing Satan can do to us can steal us
away from God's love, not even death (Romans 8:32-39).

PRAYER:
   Father, please give me the faith I need to believe that whatever
happens in my life will not steal me away from your love and
deliverance for me. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.


Edited by Carol (Tenn) - Oct 18 2009 at 3:44am
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Hello....I will be late posting in the morning. I am having my port removed at 7am and I'll get it here as soon as I can.
 
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Good Morning or afternoon whatever the case may be...
Well, my port is out and hopefully, won't ever need it again! Clap  
 
                                    October 19, 2009


VERSE:
   The eyes of the LORD are on the righteous and his ears are
attentive to their cry...
    -- Psalm 34:15
      
THOUGHT:
   We are righteous because of God's grace. We are remembered
because of God's faithfulness. We are heard because of God's
faithfulness. We are blessed because God is God.

PRAYER:
   Thank you, Father, for seeing my needs, hearing my cries,
answering my prayers, and coming down to save, comfort, and bless.
In Jesus' name. Amen.
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Hi Carol,
Did you bring it home or did you chicken out?
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I got it...I got it...I told them I was going to frame it like Ozzie Ozbourns wife did....got a laugh anyway...Thumbs%20Up
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Originally posted by Carol (Tenn) Carol (Tenn) wrote:

I got it...I got it...I told them I was going to frame it like Ozzie Ozbourns wife did....got a laugh anyway...Thumbs%20Up


Awesome!!!

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Hi Carol,

Congratulations on getting the port out. I pray all went well with the procedure.

Thanks for the uplifting scripture today. I was up in the Virginia and West Virginia mountains last week and looking up into that beauty makes me know that "only God could make a tree". What beauty...

Love in Christ,

Lillie
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6/06 Axl. 9 nodes-
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Good Morning...talk about withdrawals....sure do miss this when it's not working. Does anyone know what happened? Star
 
                                       October 21, 2009


VERSE:
   Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the
Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in
all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with
the comfort we ourselves have received from God.
    -- 2 Corinthians 1:3-4
      
THOUGHT:
   We are comforted because we are heartbroken. We are comforted
because we need a blessing. We are comforted because God loves us.
We are comforted to comfort others. While each of the above
statements is true, the last is the most crucial one. There is
something about comfort that cannot be fully realized until it is
shared with someone else. It is that final step in the healing
process of grief, disappointment, hurt, and loss. Until we share
the comfort we have received, until we pass it on to another, our
comfort is weak and shallow and limited. Comfort, pass it on!

PRAYER:
   O LORD, God of heaven and earth, Creator of the universe, thank
you for knowing my heart, caring about my concerns, and comforting
me when I am wounded. Help me to share your grace, mercy, and
comfort with someone else today. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.

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Good afternoon...I'm not sure if this working or not but we'll try anyway...Star
                                          October 22, 2009


VERSE:
   May the Lord make your love increase and overflow for each other
and for everyone else, just as ours does for you.
    -- 1 Thessalonians 3:12
      
THOUGHT:
   "I'm not sure I can love them any more! My supply of love is
gone, my capacity to love is exhausted." Yes, there are times when
it seems others will exhaust our ability to love, either because of
their need being so great or because of their unwillingness to love
in return. How do we go on? We need a community of love; other
believers who will support and love us. We need brothers and
sisters in Christ who will pray for God to increase our capacity to
love. We need to trust that in response to all of our prayers, God
will pour more love into our hearts through his ever-flowing stream
of grace, the Holy Spirit (cf. Rom. 5:5). When love is low, don't
withdraw or give up. Draw near to God and draw near to his people
asking for his grace to help in your time of need (Heb. 4:16).

PRAYER:
   Dear Father, graciously pour your love into my heart and pour
your love into the hearts of those in my family and church family.
We need your help to love those around us more. In Jesus name I
pray. Amen.
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Good Morning Everyone!
A special good morning to the administors of this site!
Thank you so much for restoring us! We can imagine how hard you all worked to bring us back...We are soooo grateful...Star
 
                                                   October 26, 2009


VERSE:
   For he chose us in him before the creation of the world to be
holy and blameless in his sight. In love he predestined us to be
adopted as his sons through Jesus Christ, in accordance with his
pleasure and will.
    -- Ephesians 1:4-5
      
THOUGHT:
   God wants us as his holy children. That was his plan for us even
before the world began. God paid the huge price, the sacrifice of
his Son Jesus, for our adoption into his family. God's motive in
doing this? His desire and delight in loving us.

PRAYER:
   Loving Father and Holy God, my words cannot adequately express
my thanks for your love and grace. I am honored to be one of your
adopted children and want to bring you joy in the way I live.
Forgive me for the times I have disappointed you by not living up
to what you desire of me. I want my life to be a holy thanksgiving
to you for your grace. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.
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Just wanted to let all of you know that I will be on vacation for the next few days. I will continue the posts when I return. (maybe Thurs)
 
You all be in my prayers each and every day just as you are now!
Love, Hugs and many many Prayers,
Carol
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Carol,
Right now I am thanking God for you. And I am so pleased that this support area has been added. I haven't been here in awhile but when I saw the changes and read your daily devotions I was praising God.  I could not have gotten thru without the Word to sustain me everyday. Staying focused on the Lord made my ordeal manageable.  When I look at the suffering He did for me (and everyone) I am in awe.
 
The first thing that came to mind when I received diagnosis was...
 
Consider it pure joy, my sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.   James 1:2-4
 
Some thought I was crazy but this is what the Lord has used in my life in a mighty way. He gave me the strength to stand up boldly, an understanding of what it is to trust Him completely, and to apply 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (which you did a devotion on).  I was able to teach about Joy. He encouraged me to write.  And enriched me in a way that I can hardly put into words. 
 
Again, thanking God for you.
  
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Good Morning everyone. I am home from the mountains and what a spectacular pallette the Lord gave us. The colors were so vibrant and beautiful. Little River is beautiful with cascading water. I love the sound of it as it splashes over the  huge rocks. Cades Cove was gorgeous (running out of adjectives). It was a perfect day with the sun shining and about 70 degrees. Every time I go there I come home renewed in faith knowing that if God can take care of something so huge and complicated and beautiful, He will have no trouble taking care of me. 
 
Nancy Bell,
Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. Please feel free to add anything you feel led to share. This site is for all of us!
Love, Hugs and prayers.
Carol

                                                      October 30, 2009


VERSE:
   You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and
surround me with songs of deliverance.
    -- Psalm 32:7
      
THOUGHT:
   Out of the attacks of evil come the victories of God and the
victory chants of God's people. Let's find our strength and
protection in our holy God! Let's make God our hiding place, our
source of security, and our hope in times of trouble.

PRAYER:
   Father, thank you for the confidence I have in your power and
your might to deliver me from every attack of the evil one. You are
worthy of all glory, honor, power, and praise. In the name of your
Son and my Lord, Jesus Christ, I thank you for deliverance and
praise you for your might. Amen.
 
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Praise God that he strengthens me through this trial. What a blessing friends, family, food and forums are!!
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Praise His holy name!!
Thank you God for being You!!
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Good Morning..I am having server problems. Please bear with me.
This scripture is sooooo true. The advisary will do anything and I mean anything to keep us from the joy of God's grace. With us, he has it easy...all he has to do is plant fear, doubt, impatience, any of those. But I think his greatest tool with us is FEAR! What did Roosevelt say, "there's nothing to fear but fear itself." It's just a handy tool for the devil to use against us.
I'm not saying that I don't fall prey to him, because I do. We all do. We can't let him win!!!!!
 
                                                      October 31, 2009


VERSE:
   For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world
does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world.
On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We
demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against
the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it
obedient to Christ.
    -- 2 Corinthians 10:3-5
      
THOUGHT:
   In our battle against evil, we use the spiritual weapons of God
that enable us to know the truth and the freedom that the truth
brings. The devil's greatest tools are deception and death. God's
grace allows us to see through the deception and demolish its
falsifying grip on the minds of men and women and on ourselves.
God's power has broken through the barrier of death and given us
victory in Jesus Christ. Our task in this victory march? To obey
our Lord and help others to do the same, finding his grace and
power sufficient to help us overcome all that we face that could
defeat us.

PRAYER:
   Father, please use me to defeat the power of the devil and his
influence on the lives of the ones that I love and on myself. In
Jesus' name. Amen.
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I am still having problems with my server. Hopefully it will be corrected today.
                                               
                                                           November 2, 2009


VERSE:
   Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may
bring forth.
    -- Proverbs 27:1
      
THOUGHT:
   Humility about the future! We don't control tomorrow. At other
times in our lives we may have taken tomorrow for granted; not so
anymore. Tomorrow may not come. Tomorrow something horrible could
happen. Tomorrow everything we possess could be gone. In the face
of these discouraging possibilities, is there anything positive we
can hold onto? Absolutely! We know that God holds tomorrow in his
hands. We know that because our life is hidden with Christ in God
(cf. Col. 3:1-4) our tomorrow is secure. It might not be what we
expect. It might not go as we planned. But, it will go as God
determines and it will end up with us sharing in his comfort,
victory, and glory.

PRAYER:
   Father, my tomorrows all rest in your hands. I ask that I can be
useful to you today; courageous enough not to worry about tomorrow,
and loyal enough to not waver in my love for you and my commitment
to you. In Jesus' name. Amen.
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Good morning everyone. It is a beautiful day in West Tennessee.
It is my prayer that we can use this forum to encourage each other as Christians. We all have difficult times so to be able to come here and air our concerns with people of like mind would be wonderful, uplifting and draw us nearer to God and put our trust in Him.                             
 
 
                                                              November 3, 2009


VERSE:
   I will say of the LORD, "He is my refuge and my fortress, my
God, in whom I trust."
    -- Psalm 91:2
      
THOUGHT:
   "In God we trust." That's the phrase written on much of the
money in the United States. It's a great reminder. The financial
climate ebbs and flows, always vulnerable to instability in the
world. Only God is our refuge and fortress during the storms of
life. He is eternal. He desires to bless us. He has earned our
trust.

PRAYER:
   Heavenly Father, I am so thankful that I can trust my life with
you. Mold me and use me in ways that are a blessing to others. You
are my source of security and strength. Please continue to make
your presence known in my life. In Jesus' name. Amen.
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I was just thinking about "In God We Trust" on money. In today's world of debit/credit cards, I haven't thought about this. I had to double check the $20 bill to make sure it was printed on it :).
My thought is that when I pay my $45 copay each week, I will now be reminded, yet again, that it is God I trust...that I am not turning over my trust to the oncology staff but that God is providing, watching over and guiding me with these medical needs necessary at this time in my life. I am always thankful for the care the oncologists give and the compassion and humor of the chemo nurses. Praise God!!
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