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Romans 14:1

This verse is really getting my attention this morning.  I think it’s not only pertinent to myself, but to everyone of us.

"Welcome with open arms fellow believers who don’t see things the way you do.  And don’t jump all over them every time they do or say something you don’t agree with-even when it seems that they are strong on opinions but weak in the faith department.  Remember, they have their own history to deal with.  Treat them gently."

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Gathering up my backpacking gear. The rest is at home. All i need is a cook set now.

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Almost completed my backpacking gear! Got the rest at home. Still need cook set.

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northskyphotography:

Fire by North Sky Photography

Campfires are awesome!

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Good men are magnets for the Kingdom of God

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On Mount Mitchell in North Carolina, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River.

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@exodussandals on the Appalachian Trail!

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spiritualinspiration:

Lights go out! That’s just part of Murphy’s Law of lights. Sooner or later, and usually at the worst possible moment, our precious source of light will go out.

That’s true of all lights—except one! Jesus. He is the Light that keeps shining. Evil, Satan, and the forces of darkness can’t snuff it out, hide its radiance, or fathom its power and grace. This Light keeps shining. Nothing can stop it. No one can put it out. No darkness can defeat this light. So why not walk in this Light and find your life in the radiance of its glow?

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Passionate Pursuit

God’s definitely been stirring something in my heart lately.  I’m trying to be patient in waiting for Him to reveal it fully to me.  All I know, is that it feels like my heart is beginning to finally come alive!  My struggle is not rushing this.  I’m beginning to sense a passion for certain things and situations, and I’m trying to learn how to balance my emotions that this passion draws out.  I’d appreciate your prayers friends as God continues to mold and shape me into His masterpiece.