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  1. We crave depth and insight. I want to leave having learned something. Great job on applying this tip. Cheering today from the Compel Linkup. Come visit me on Purposeful Faith sometime and join in the #RaRalinkup on Tuesday’s too!

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      Kelly, me too, I love discovering new insight in scripture. I’ll be over to check out your site.

  2. Now I need some grapes. 🙂 (Those look yummy.)

    “Even when we try to figure things out on our own, God still protects us.” ~ Good thought. 🙂 He’s the best…understanding our humanness and all. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing. 🙂
    Blessings!
    ~ Brenda Ottinger
    http://www.ChasingHoliness.com

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      Hi Brenda. Glad you enjoyed the post and the grapes. The photo was taken by my photographer brother-in-law.

  3. Rachel, love these words: “It’s better than I expected,” he said. Don’t miss out on tasting God’s goodness.” Thanks for encouraging me today and for linking up with Compel!

  4. Your post made me smile. I had a similar moment where my son tried a bowl of coconut curry mussels for the first time. Thank you for sharing this and for a great reminder of a delightful moment in my own life.

  5. Thank you Rachel for reminding us all of one of the basic riches of our faith.
    It takes moving forward toward God to see He has been there all the time waiting to show us Hs provision, power and love. In this season of change for me as Anna leaves our home for new horizons, I need so much to remember His awesome provision of good and unexpected things even through difficult seasons in the life of our family. God is my Sustainer, Surpriser and Saviour in the days to come. He forgives our weak moments of fear and unfaithfulness to Him only to show us more of His grace and love as we seek His face. 1 Tim. 1:7 is in my pocket these days. For my God is not a God of fear, but of Power (HolySpirit), Love (Jesus saving me) and a Sound Mind (God the Father solid and secure Creater of all).
    Thank you for your openess to the Spirit as you continue to encourage women to live strong and full of grace, love and truth for the Kingdom.
    Blessings on you and your ministry,
    Donna

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      Donna, thank you for your beautiful words. Your faith and trust in God our Sustainer, Surpriser and Saviour is remarkable and encouraging to me and to others. May you know God’s richest blessings during the days and weeks ahead.

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