Working for Your Worth 2/23/2024

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by Staci Stallings

Worth.  What is it?

We ask, “Is it worth it?” and “What’s it worth to you?”

All of the definitions of worth speak of value–monetary or life value.

But where do we get our worth?  I think that is a central way Satan uses to get us off-track.  I also think if we were to look at the question and not just live it blindly, it could help us find some peace rather than a mountain of stress.

Let’s look first at how the world says we get our worth.  There are many ways the world says you can be “worth it.”  You can have a well-paying job or a good family; a fine home or fancy cars.  You can be a leader in your community or you can contribute to society in some meaningful way.

All of those are fine in their place, but here’s the problem.

When you get your worth from your job, what happens when you lose the job or even could potentially lose it?  At that point the job becomes your worth.  No wonder losing a job can be so devastating.  Yes, you have the financial strain, but worse the job loss signals to you that your worth is suddenly zero.

How about if your worth is tied up in being married or in a relationship?  “I am worth it because I have someone who loves me.”  Okay.  What happens when they leave or die?

Many Christians try to derive their worth from their work in the church or in ministry.  Don’t get me wrong–ministry is important, but it does not and should not define if you are worth it or not.  When people begin to look to their ministry and church work to give them self-worth, oh, do they get into trouble quickly.

And I believe right there is where Satan snags the most well-intentioned Christians. In their heads and their hearts, he twines the belief that “since I’m working in the church, I’m worth something.”

However, when you are working for your worth in any context, even the in the church, you’re in trouble.  Why?  Because seeking worth through your own work can become an addiction.  At first, it feels like it takes very little ministry to experience a worth-increase.  Then, as you go, it takes more and more to experience that same sense of “I’m worth it.”

Now, I love the church, but it is one place that will absolutely ask you to give more than any human ever can.  There are always positions to fill, jobs to do, needs to be met.  You can join the choir and the ladies organization; you can pray for missions and help at the bake sale; you can volunteer to help with the youth, teach Sunday School and run VBS; you can help plant the trees and do the fundraiser for the new foyer rug.  You can read in services, usher, and be in hospitality. You can be on the finance council and on the board.

There is literally no end to the ministries you can choose to be in, and therein lies the trap.  When you are working for your worth, and to get the “high” you initially experience from gaining your self-worth through you work, you have to do more and more and more; and there are so many good things in the church that you could be doing…. Oh, it’s easy to hit burn-out while simultaneously feeling like you are not doing enough.

It’s a paradox that snags too many Christians.

So what is the answer?

Stop working for your worth!

The truth is… the Good News is… your worth is not defined by anything on this earth.  Nothing you do or don’t do can add or subtract from your inherent worth.  Why?  Because your worth doesn’t come from you or anything outside you. It comes only from God, and the worth God imbues you with is perfect and whole just as it is.  No additions or subtractions necessary.

Does that mean we don’t work?  No.  It means we work from a spirit of who we are in God, not from a spirit of trying to become something if we do enough.

Stop working for your worth.  Understand that right now, just as you are–you are worth it because God says you are.

Once you get that, your work will no longer feel like work. You can say yes when you want to and no when you don’t, and not feel the crushing guilt of letting everyone else down and knowing that now they will think you are not worth it.

The truth is:  You are priceless, just as you are, because God made you and you are a Child of the King.

Period.  End of sentence… and beginning of a brand new life

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About the Author:

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors.

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: NOW YOU SEE ME 2/22/2024

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NOW YOU SEE ME

A Sexual Abuse Survivor’s True Story

by Odessa Gillespie Black

NOW YOU SEE ME

WARNING: EXTREMELY SENSITIVE CONTENT! NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ALL AUDIENCES Dori protects her little sister Kati from demons of every sort: Little boys whose fists leave bruises. Little girls whose bullying words break the spirit. And men whose touch scars the soul for a lifetime. For as long as Dori can remember, she’s never known a safe place other than church with her youth group. It’s the only escape she and her little sister, Kati, have. As Dori ages and her family cracks down the middle, she raises her little sister with scripture and her hard-working Daddy’s ingrained teachings as her only guide. When she reaches the confusing age of womanhood, she knows that God loves her but feels troubled beyond repair. Why did all those men single her out and leave her broken? What man would want a girlfriend or wife who’s been molested by seven different men? What decent man could possibly look past that? These demons torment her day in, day out, making it impossible to consider the love of a good, Godly young man. As she blossoms into a young woman and learns who she really is, she discovers that no matter how blemished she may feel, God has a preordained plan for her life that includes an unexpected love affair that rewrites the meaning of love and leaves her baffled with every glorious, passing day. A story of atrocious tragedy, the love of two sisters, a surprising, whirlwind romance, and the amazing saving Grace of Jesus Christ.

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Unintended Target & Joy Comes in the Morning 2/21/2024

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Unintended Target

A Christian Suspense Novel

(The Unintended Series Book 1)

by D.L. Wood

Unintended Target

Her twin brother is dead. Now they’re coming for her.

Travel photojournalist Chloe McConnaughey knew that her brother—a brilliant programmer—would compromise anything to get ahead. She just didn’t know that included her.

When he dies unexpectedly, Chloe copes by taking an assignment in the Caribbean where she meets Jack, a charming Manhattan escapee who almost has her believing life could turn around. But the illusion is shattered when a series of bizarre incidents leaves them framed for murder and running from killers convinced Chloe is the key to getting what they want.

Suddenly Jack’s timely entrance seems more than coincidental, but with nowhere else to turn, Chloe must trust this man who is not only charming, but also dangerous, and much better at evading capture than he should be.Hunted from the tiny island of St. Gideon all the way to Miami, Chloe desperately searches for evidence to prove her innocence and eliminate her as a target of the shadowy conspiracy that will stop at nothing to make its problems go away. Will she expose the truth in time, or will her brother’s betrayal ultimately cost Chloe her life?

This series is can’t-put-it-down suspense that’ll keep you up to the wee hours. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

If you like riveting intrigue and heroines and heroes you root for, you’ll love USA TODAY bestselling author D.L. Wood’s thrilling suspense laced with romance and faith. Get it now and don’t miss another suspense-filled moment.

Unintended Target is the 2016 ILLUMINATION BOOK AWARDS GOLD MEDAL WINNER FOR CHRISTIAN FICTION EBOOK and the American Christian Fiction Writers Association Book Club May 2019 book selection.

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JOY COMES IN THE MORNING

Discovering Your Miracle At Sunrise

JOY COMES IN THE MORNING

n this inspiring and heartwarming book, Doc Yeager delves into the profound symbolism of the morning as depicted in the Bible—a time of new beginnings, divine intervention, renewal, mercy, and unwavering faithfulness. With a narrative that is both uplifting and deeply personal, Yeager shares his extraordinary journey of going to bed with burdensome infirmities only to awaken completely healed, a testament to God’s miraculous intervention and deliverance.

“Joy Comes in the Morning” is not just a book; it’s a beacon of hope for those seeking light in the darkness. Through his compelling experiences and divine visitations in the early hours, Yeager illustrates the powerful biblical promises that underscore God’s active presence and support at the break of dawn. He brings to life the essence of verses such as Psalm 30:5, reminding us that although weeping may endure for a night, joy indeed comes in the morning.

The book further explores the depths of Psalm 143:8 and Psalm 59:16, encouraging readers to trust in God’s lovingkindness each new day and to sing of His power and mercy from the moment they rise. It echoes the assurance found in Psalm 3:4-5, highlighting the Lord’s sustaining grace that carries us from darkness into light.

“Joy Comes in the Morning” serves as a spiritual guide, offering readers the keys to unlocking their own sunrise miracles. It is a celebration of faith, a testament to the transformative power of God’s love, and a reminder that no matter the struggles we face, with trust in the Divine, we too can experience the joy and renewal that each new morning brings.

Embark on this enlightening journey with Doc Yeager and discover the miracle of your own sunrise, where every dawn is a promise fulfilled and every day holds the potential for divine wonder. This book is a treasure trove of encouragement, wisdom, and unwavering faith, perfect for anyone seeking solace and strength in God’s eternal promise of a new beginning.

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Faith’s Checkbook: Continual Guidance 2/20/2024

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by C. H. Spurgeon

The Lord shall guide thee continually. (Isaiah 58:11)

What aileth thee? Hast thou lost thy way? Art thou entangled in a dark wood and canst thou not find thy paths? Stand still, and see the salvation of God. He knows the way, and He will direct thee in it if thou cry unto Him.

Every day brings its own perplexity. How sweet to feel that the guidance of the Lord is continual! If we choose our own way or consult with flesh and blood we cast ok the Lord’s guidance; but if we abstain from self-will, then He will direct every step of our road, every hour of the day, and every day of the year, and every year of our life. If we will but be guided, we shall be guided. If we will commit our way unto the Lord, He will direct our course so that we shall not lose ourselves.

But note to whom this promise is made. Read the previous verse: “If thou draw out thy soul to the hungry.” We must feel for others and give them, not a few dry crusts, but such things as we ourselves would wish to receive. If we show a tender care for our fellow-creatures in the hour of their need, then will the Lord attend to our necessities and make Himself our continual Guide. Jesus is the Leader, not of misers, nor of those who oppress the poor, but of the kind and tenderhearted. Such persons are pilgrims who shall never miss their way.

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Gems From Pastor Jim 2/19/2024

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by Jim Hughes

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Ps. 103:11 For his unfailing love toward those who fear him is as great as the height of the heavens above the earth.

God’s love for us in unfailing. He never stops loving us. He loves everyone equally the same, but only those who fear Him can really know they are loved. To fear the Lord involves our involvement in His personhood. We recognize Him in His holiness. We understand that He is not indifferent about sin. We understand that all sin is punished by Him. We come before Him with respect for who He is. He is Lord overall and controls the destiny of all creation and every soul.

Our fear of God endears us to Him. We cling to Him tightly, because He is God. We succumb to His authority over us and strive to obey Him. We long to know Him better, because He is God.

His love for us is immeasurable. What we know of His love and are able to experience is but a miniscule drop in the bucket of His love. His love is beyond measuring and beyond depleting. For all who fear Him, there is more than enough of God’s love to meet every need.

Dear child of God, no matter what you may think or feel about it, you are always loved by God. No matter what you are going through in life, you are loved. God’s love is not like the love of man. It is unconditional. You can never do anything to keep God from loving you. He will always pursue you because He loves you. He will never let you get away from His heart. He will never let you get away with sin. He will always stretch you and demand much from you, all because He loves you. He wants you to be all you can be in your walk with God, because He loves you and wants to spend eternity with you.

Praise the Lord for His unfailing love for us!

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

 

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

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Life Lesson: Be – Do – Have 2/16/2024

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by Staci Stallings

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This revelation hit me the other day while I was listening to a speaker on having financial balance in your life.  The author talked about a goal setting seminar he went to.  The lesson he revealed is that too often when we set goals, we are setting the “have” part of the equation, then “doing” the work of getting to the goal without ever making the effort to “be” anything.

If you’re paying attention, there’s a math lesson that translates to this message.  Any math person will tell you that there is a definite order to life.  A + B = C, and if you get it out of that order, even the simplest of ideas can get overwhelmingly confusing.  So this equation must begin with “be” not “do” or “have.”

For example, people set a goal of meeting the right person.  That is the “have” that they want, so they begin “doing” the things the world says make sense to get to that goal.  They go to bars, they go to church, they go to work, they go to parties, they go to school—all with the spoken or unspoken intention of acquiring what they do not have, a partner.  Years ago they called females in college with this mindset, “Mrs. Majors.”

They were not in college to get a degree; they were in college to get a husband.
In today’s world some of these types—men and women—have the “have” and “do” parts down to a science.  One manifestation of this is the book that became famous a decade or so ago called “The Rules.”  This book purported to explain exactly what you had to “do” to get the goal of “having” a mate.  The problem is that this is completely senseless when you understand the equation of “be-do-have.”

When you truly get this life lesson, it will have a profound impact on every aspect of your life.  No longer will you focus solely on the goal—now you will focus on who you must first become, and the attainment of the goals will follow.

I know, it sounds Pollyanna.  It sounds so simple.  But it’s the simple-sounding things that are often the most difficult to actually do.  I see this turmoil in teenagers a lot.  They think that their identity is created by who they are with, what they wear, what their outward appearance is, the grades they get, the college they attend, what they do.  The reality, however, is that identity is based on who you are not what you do.

That’s why you hear of 10- and 20-year high school reunions in which the popular kids are now struggling and some of the most unpopular kids are now the successful adults.  When you understand this equation, it makes perfect sense.  Think about it.  In high school, the “popular” kids already “have.”  They have the status, the good looks, the admiration of others.  Why work for something you already have?

The unpopular kids on the other hand are forced to find their true identity not in the outer world, but in the inner world.  So they work on themselves rather than on what the outside world says is important.  Thus, 10 or 20 years down the road, they who have been forced to “be” are now “doing” and “having” in much greater proportion than those who “had” everything.

To be sure, this is a vast generalization.  There are popular kids who take time out to work on themselves and “become,” and there are unpopular kids who want to “have” so badly that they contort who they are trying to fit in. The exceptions are there, but so is the rule.

You have to be before you can do, and you have to do before you can have.  If you don’t, nothing you ever get will be enough.  And if you do, whatever you have will be plenty.  With this in mind, find some time today to fit a little “being” time into your “to-do” list.  It may just turn out to be the best time investment you could ever make.

 

The Greatest of These is Love

About the Author:

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors.

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CrossReads Book Spotlight Dial Q for Quincy’s Hope 2/15/2024

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Dial Q for Quincy’s Hope

Sweet Christian Contemporary Romance Novella

(Romantic Comedy/Christian RomCom)

by Lori Soard

Dial Q for Quincy's Hope

Can two people overcome disappointment and heartbreak to discover the plan God has for them?

Hope Crawford moved to a small Indiana town after being left heartbroken by her high school sweetheart. Feeling lost and alone, Hope meets Quincy, a lovable but stubborn miniature long-haired dachshund, in a local park. Seeking guidance on how to train Quincy, Hope calls into Jace Luvim’s radio show, not realizing that he thinks Quincy is her boyfriend. The two strike up a conversation and soon find themselves laughing over ice cream in the rain.

But as they get to know each other better, Hope and Jace must confront their past hurts and learn to trust again. Will they be able to overcome their emotional baggage and find true love with each other? Find out in this amazing tale of love and redemption, as you follow Hope and Jace on their journey towards healing.

Dial Q for Quincy’s Hope is an inspirational romance that will leave you feeling uplifted and hopeful. It is perfect for anyone who has experienced heartbreak or feels lost in life. The book offers a gentle reminder that there is always hope and a chance for redemption, no matter how difficult the situation may seem

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CrossReads Short Takes: An Irish Heart & How To Meditate In God’s Word & Why 2/14/2024

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An Irish Heart

by Jackie Zack

An Irish Heart

Successful advertising manager, Greta Conner travels to Ireland to fulfill a last wish from her mother. After arriving in Ireland, she is drawn to a colorful village named Angel’s Hollow. When a dark-haired stranger approaches and calls her by another name, Greta is intrigued to discover she’s the image of Aedan O’Riain’s ex-girlfriend. Does she have a close relative unknown to her?

Aedan can’t understand his misfortune. Along with near bankruptcy in his future, his ex is trying to fool him by claiming she’s Greta Conner from the States. Is it some sort of plot to further ruin his reputation? Adding to his angst, his brother, Reece, insists on dating Greta if Aedan will not. All will certainly be lost if Reece falls into her plans.

Angel’s Hollow becomes like home for Greta, and there’s no one her heart loves more than Aedan. But will an unknown twin threaten all she’s longed for?

 

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How To Meditate In God’s Word & Why

Meditation Transformation Victory

by Sheldon Newton

How To Meditate In God's Word

The most comprehensive book I’ve read concerning how to make Jesus Christ Lord and Savior of one’s life daily.” Margaret Lukasik

Discover how to meditate in the scriptures, and understand, and even remember scriptures better in this powerful book on Bible Meditation. You will learn how to read and study the Bible correctly; the difference between reading and studying; what is real bible meditation and how to practice Bible meditation in your daily life. You will discover what meditating in God’s Word will do for you, spiritually, physically, and even financially. His Word will even bring health and healing to your body.

You will find 100 tremendous benefits of meditating in the scriptures, and how to remember what you read and study easily,….and so, so much more. There is nothing that can compare to knowing and comprehending the Bible. You will come to know God in a deep, real, powerful and exciting way. Take your walk with Him to the next dimension. Get your copy today and experience real life transformation.

David said that if a person meditates in the Word day and night, he/she would be full of life, like a tree planted by rivers of water, and that whatsoever he/she does would prosper and be successful. (See Psalms 1) Meditation in the scriptures is a life-changing experience. This is how the mind is renewed to God’s will and ways.

Get your copy of this powerful spiritual resource and discover how to let God’s Word dwell in you richly, today. Then when you need it, the Holy Spirit will bring the Word back to you as a lamp to your feet, and a light to your path, guiding you every day. Get your copy now.

Perfect for individual and group study!

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Gems From Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes 2/13/2024

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by Jim Hughes

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Ps. 103:9-10 He will not constantly accuse us, nor remain angry forever. He has not punished us for all our sins, nor does he deal with us as we deserve.

These verses should cause us to swell up in praise today. The Good News is that God does not constantly accuse the redeemed of sin. He withholds His wrath from those whose sins have been forgiven. He does not deal with us as we deserve to be dealt with.

If you are constantly being harassed about sins that you have done and know that you have sought and accepted Christ’s forgiveness, guess what—Satan is your accuser, not God. God does not constantly accuse us. He will confront us with legitimate sin in our lives, but he will not rehash forgiven sin; they are gone forever from before Him.

God’s anger against those who live in sin is legit. We all deserve to be punished for our sins. Sin is hated by God. It is the exact opposite of His holiness. He will never tolerate sin in His presence. At Calvary, Jesus defused God’s anger against those who accept Him as their Savior. Jesus makes holy the unholy. He purifies the soul so that God’s love can enter in instead of His wrath.

We don’t deserve to be treated so kindly by the Lord, but we are. He loves us and will never fail to treat us with anything less than love. For all who know Christ as Savior there is no condemnation for forgiven sin. When we sin the Holy Spirit convicts us so that we will confess our sin and seek Christ’s forgiveness. The wrath of God cannot reach those whom Christ has forgiven.

To be on the receiving end of God’s wrath should cause every soul to tremble. We must not ever take sin lightly. Eternity is at stake. We don’t have to get what we deserve from God. Are your sins forgiven?

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

 

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: God is fashioning you into a bride for this season 2/12/2024

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by Rebekah Beene

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Yesterday while we were at a friend’s house, I remembered how women are wearing their mothers’ and grandmothers’ wedding dresses. Only they aren’t leaving them as they were in the 70’s or earlier. They are removing and reshaping the dress to a more updated version.  That requires removing some items and changing seamlines and hemlines. Those dresses hold much sentimental value. But to be relevant for today’s bride, changes must happen.

Oh beloved, God is fashioning you into a bride for this season. He will need to change things around for you. It might seem hurtful that He removes things here and there. It might seem callous to have such changes made. But God is putting new wine in new wineskins. He is bringing His own up to date for this season.  Don’t fear the changes. Instead, embrace them. You have asked God to draw you closer to Him and this is what is required. You have asked God for a garment of praise so He is loosing you from the spirit of heaviness.  You have said you want Him to create a clean heart in you, so He is removing the stony heart. Fear of change is a liar. You are going to love what God does for you. Just hold onto Him as He removes and rips and refashions you into His most beautiful bride.
God loves you and He is for you. That’s why you can let Him make the changes. And you will live thoroughly adorned with His righteous garments for He is returning so very soon for you!
Matthew 9:17 And no one puts new wine into old wineskins. For the old skins would burst from the pressure, spilling the wine, and ruining the skins. New wine is stored in new wineskins so that both are preserved.
2 Corinthians 5:5 Now the one who has fashioned us for this very purpose is God, who has given us the Spirit as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come.

2 Corinthians 3:18 And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.

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Rebekah Beene

 

In a Christian Women’s meeting in 1983, Rebekah was given a prophetic message that she would write books. Several years ago she began writing stories about special holiday memories and travels, sharing God’s love and care through each story. God has gifted Rebekah with the ability to look at the natural and see the supernatural. Both Rebekah and her husband Danny have a heart to share the Gospel and the riches of life in Christ to everyone they meet. They have served in the local church and in ministry to motorcyclists. Danny is an ordained minister and they both have been Bible study teachers for many years. Rebekah also speaks at women’s retreats and conferences. Her tag line says it all “God loves you and He’s for you”.

My website is http://rebekahbeene.wordpress.com

My first book in print is Oh Beloved! Live in the Light of His Word.
Link to buying the book via paypal is on the website.
As well a link to purchasing the ebook on Amazon is there too.
I’m also on twitter @rebekahbeene, tumblr http://rebekah-beene.tumblr.com/
and of course facebook as Rebekah Beene (Warren) I included my maiden name for old friends.
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