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Gratitude Challenge – November 10 – Thankful for Faith to Overcome Dread

Gratitude Challenge – November 10 – Thankful for Faith to Overcome Dread

Here at Words of Encouragement… **NOVEMBER MEANS: GRATITUDE CHALLENGE!!**   Overcome dread by exercising faith! This election and its outcome have seemingly provoked a massive amount of dread in about half the population that did NOT vote for President-Elect Trump. It’s not my place to determine if that dread is legitimate or not, but I am thankful God gives us the ability to handle situations that arise suddenly. Likewise, it’s comforting to know we can  turn to God when unexpected things…

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Overcoming Dread by Exercising Faith – August 24 Inspiration

Overcoming Dread by Exercising Faith – August 24 Inspiration

Overcoming dread by exercising faith! I am thankful God gives us the ability to handle situations that arise suddenly. Likewise, it’s comforting to know we can  turn to God when unexpected things occur and they’re out of our hands to make the necessary changes happen that would improve the  situation or help us return to a state of  normalcy. That’s when we need to exercise our faith!   So onto today’s inspirational thought about overcoming dread and gaining the victory……

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Eliminate Dread – Retain Joy – January 27 Devotions

Eliminate Dread – Retain Joy – January 27 Devotions

Eliminate dread. Retain joy. Sounds like a plan to me! Implementing the plan, however, requires more effort than is possible sometimes, if we have really allowed dread to build up a stronghold in our lives. Joy is a much better alternative than dread, though, so it would be worth the effort to eliminate joy so we can retain joy in our lives.     Here’s today’s devotional thought… “People dread many things,  and most don’t realize what dread does to…

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Overcoming Dread and Gaining the Victory – August 12 Devotions

Overcoming Dread and Gaining the Victory – August 12 Devotions

I am thankful that God gives us the ability to handle situations that arise suddenly. This morning at about 5:40, shortly after Dave left for work, my little Zoe pup managed to get out BOTH doors (inside door and porch door, which I didn’t manage to latch tightly) and took off down the road!   So the neighbors were “treated” to me hurrying down the road in my nightgown, yelling for Zoe! (You know, the kind of incident that might…

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