• Are you reaching your full potential - women's kjv devotional image title
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    Are You Reaching Your Full Potential?

    It’s summertime and I just LOVE a fresh, juicy watermelon. But, have you ever gone to buy a watermelon, hauled it home, heaved it inside the fridge to chill, only to slice it open and be extremely disappointed by the sight? Sometimes you’ll discover a watermelon that’s all whitish and barely pink. Instantly you know you got the bad end of the deal with your purchase. At other times, you might have sliced open a watermelon and it’s so seedy that you can barely enjoy the pleasure of eating it.  Maybe you even got one that was too sour or worse, mushy? What a disappointment! From the outside, a watermelon…

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    5 Big Benefits of the Christian Life — Are You Missing Out?

    “O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.” – Psalm 34:8 To the non-Christian, a Christian might look like an extremely restrictive life. To some Christians, committing fully to the Christian life might look scary, worrying that God will call them to do something they don’t want to do. I’ve heard it said that we’re safer “in God’s will” in a jungle than we are “out of God’s will” in the safest territory. But, I can also say with conviction that, we’re happier in God’s will than we ever could be in any other avenue in life. David emphasized who is…

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    What Influences You the Most?

    The things we set most often before us will have the most influence on us… Yesterday, I was reading a series of 21 shocking cases of children who were cruelly left alone without human interaction — and more or less raised by animals. The results were horrifying and definitely heart-breaking. Some were raised around dogs and would mimic all the characteristics that dogs would do… such as barking and growing and walking on all four limbs. One young boy, who was often punished by his parents by locking him up in a chicken coop, would walk and strut like a chicken and also peck at his food. Another similar story…