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Truth Today

It's Monday morning, and hard to believe that REAL2014 is over! We are so thankful to God for His kindness, love and power - He was at work in women's lives throughout every aspect of REAL, and it was so exciting to see how He brought all the elements came together as one!

Everything that we said, believed and heard at REAL is true today as we continue to live out our own lives at home and work, in our families and communities. Truths about identity, and chains being broken. Truths about who God is and what we believe. The Truths that replace the lies, the narrative, the story we've previously been listening to. Hold on to Jesus' teaching. Hold on to Truth.

Perhaps you've read through some of your conference notes? Or you read this morning's emailed Bible Devotion? Or you've put a worship song on, in the car or kitchen? Or you've started your "Word for the Day" notes that were in your box? Whatever it's is, the secret is to keep on feeding ourselves with Truth - temptation is to coast through a few days on the high of the weekend, but we need to speak the Truth, feed ourselves with Truth, stand on Truth, hold onto Truth everyday! If only the Truth goes into us, then when we are under attack and we need help or guidance or wisdom, the Truth is inside us already, and the Holy Spirit can bring it out - that's using our sword girls!

 

 

 

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