Good Things – #13

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GOOD SCRIPTURE

He turns a wilderness into pools of water,
And dry land into watersprings.
There He makes the hungry dwell,
That they may establish a city for a dwelling place,
And sow fields and plant vineyards,
That they may yield a fruitful harvest.

Psalm 107:35-37

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 GOOD PICTURE

Source:NatGeo

(Article here)

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GOOD POSTS

Pulling All-Nighters Can Kill Brain Cells

Listening to Books

A Pioneering Black Marine Recalls Iwo Jima

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GOOD SERMON

I know, I know. I included a Steve Hill sermon in the last Good Things. You need this message though. “Living in Sodom.”

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GOOD SONG

Let it be known that I miss Mali Music. The original. This was my JAM back in the day (as in two years ago). Talk about putting a message in a song…man! Gone head and repeat this one a couple of times, let it marinate in your spirit. If you’re really feeling it, it’s available on iTunes.

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GOOD QUOTE

We must begin to believe that God, in the mystery of prayer, has entrusted us with a force that can move the Heavenly world, and can bring its power down to earth.

Andrew Murray

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GOOD VIDEO

Sometimes we just need a supercharged reminder of how powerful God is…and that the power of God is in us! This video will take you there. “The same power that raised Him up, is the power that lives in us” – I feel like running and leaping and praising God! And that spontaneous song at the end is IT!

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GOOD LAUGH

 

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