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January 08, 2010

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Heather

I like this way of thinking. I'm doing a similar thing. It's not so much a "resolution" (well, maybe it is, but "New Year's Resolutions" have gotten a bad rap for being breakable things). It's a work that God's been doing in my life that has led to a prayer.

Heather

I like this way of thinking. I'm doing a similar thing. It's not so much a "resolution" (well, maybe it is, but "New Year's Resolutions" have gotten a bad rap for being breakable things). It's a work that God's been doing in my life that has led to a prayer.

Vicki

Nope, I don't do resolutions either. The focus on self to overhaul our lives each New Year seems ridiculous to an ol' ragamuffin like me anyway. Christ is my life. He can do the overhauling!! I'll just do like you're planning....abide in Him in 2008.

Madison Richards

A group of twenty churches in our area are beginning 2008 with a 40 day fast with the sole agenda being that we would ask for more of God's presence in our lives, in our churches, and in our region. No more. No less. Just more of Him. This I can do!

Thanks for your wonderful thoughts Donna. Simple is almost always best!!

Grace,
Madison

Donna J. Shepherd

Well, simple is about all I can handle. :) Praise God for these churches. What a wonderful way to start the New Year.

Thanks, all of you, for taking time to comment.

Nicole

More of Jesus, more like Jesus . . .

Love your heart, Donna.

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