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A Listening Ear

In John 21:4-6, the disciples had been fishing all night yet had nothing to show for their efforts. A man standing on the shore shouting encouragement, instructed them to make a small adjustment by casting their net on the other side of the boat.  The disciples, following the man's instruction, pulled in the largest catch of their lives. Only after the enormity of the haul did they understand that the person speaking to them was Jesus.

How well do we hear the voice of God through the voice of others? Are we willing to do the right thing even when we can't positively identify His voice? A listening ear made the difference between no catch, and an historic one! Let's be willing to hear the Word of God through others so we can live right & live well...

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Moving From Healing to Wholeness

In Genesis 41, Joseph, the son of Jacob had 2 sons: Manasseh and Ephraim.  Manasseh was so named because Joseph said, "God has made me forget all the trouble in my father’s house."  Ephraim was so named because he said, “God has made me fruitful in the land of my affliction."

When we begin to experience productivity in God, its ancillary benefit is the erasing of disappointments and past failures. Joseph’s first son seems to have had that effect.

First fruits wonderfully begin the healing process. Although beginning the healing process is vital, God does not want to stop there. While Manasseh was so named because his birth began to heal Joseph’s soul, Ephraim made him believe that he could be productive in any place. Will you persevere long enough to see God move you from healing to wholeness by watching Him make you abundantly fruitful even in a desert of affliction?  Live right, live well…

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