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November 28, 2013

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Chris J

Thanks for these thoughts, we are studying the sermon on the mount and Jesus is speaking about heart health based on a new kind of relationship with God. I always enjoy being in the presence of your face, as it reflects the loving Truth of our loving God. I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving celebration. Blessings.

Tom Penland

Great reflection and perception, Ryan. It is so hard to ferret out personal opinion and preference with God's voice in reflecting on actions by us and action done to us. It is even harder when we look at others as we don't have their personal context or history. This is why we must ask for wisdom from God. In the end, in some ways, all of us (our lives) are like books and reading one chapter does not really at all tell the whole story. Keep up the search for truth and integrity for surely it is worth it! - TP

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