Stewart "For this God is our God for ever and ever: The Bible teaches that God has promised to guide the believer unto death. God has promised to lead us through this life; BUT He will not force us to do the right thing. Man has a freewill.
Whether you check this site daily or randomly stumbled Gods promise it, our desire is that you would find hope and encouragement here.
On November 21, Pastor Dave was diagnosed with Leukemia. People began sending the wristbands and forwarding these posts all over the world to family and friends, some of whom were experiencing similar situations.
The response has been amazing and we hope that our story and your new wristband would be an encouragement that God is in control. Dave went home to be with Jesus on October 9, Our family is heartbroken and grieving this great loss, but we are so happy for Dave who is safely home… finally well.
We plan to continue sharing on this site as a way to honor Dave and encourage you with whatever you may be facing. The Stoecklein Family Posts Moving Forward If I could pick up and move anywhere in the world it would be just thirty minutes down the road to the beach.
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Absolutely nothing compares to sitting on an old beach towel, toes in the sand, hair tangled up in the wind, and eyes set on the ocean. The ocean draws me in. The vastness of the ocean is like the strange new expanse of my life.
When Andrew died the life I knew before died with him.
With change came new possibilities. An endless amount of options of what my life could be. But this new expanse, this new current going on inside of me.
Fighting it only exhausts me more, and sends me searching for answers I will never find. Instead I must embrace the change believing this current will not pull me under completely. Will it pull me away from solid ground?
Will it take me somewhere I have never been before? Will I eventually find solid ground again? The next step forward in the life I did not choose is a move. A move away from the last place WE called home. The place where WE made memories together. The beautiful private retreat WE could envision in our minds from the first day we set foot on the property.
The place where WE last: It is a sacred place. A beautiful memory I will hold close to my heart for the rest of my life. With tears streaming down my face, I melted into his swivel chair looking out the office window into our beautiful front yard. As I sat and wept I remembered the last Instagram story he shared from that very spot.
It was just two days before he died. He was proud of this place. He had vision for what it could be, and now we are saying goodbye. If he could see us in our grief and pain I am certain his heart would be shattered. As we prepare to move out this week, I am grateful to be moving into a new place that is truly a gift from God.
A giant hug from a loving Father who is holding us close to His heart. These last few months God has taken care of every single detail above and beyond what we could have ever asked or imagined.Church Signs.
If you pause to think-- You'll have cause to thank! A Bible in the hand is worth two in the bookcase.
Give God what's right--, not what's left! You have the Angels of God powers in your life, from the moment you born. God Angels are around us to guide, guard and force us to spiritual advancing in our life.
By David J. Stewart "For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death." —Psalm What a wonderful promise from God! Promise # My children will overcome the world through their faith.
1 John (WEB) For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world: your faith. Why Does the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Baptize Infants?
Larry Wilson. Does it surprise you to learn that even though we're presbyterians, we're also baptists? Finding Peace: God's Promise of a Life Free from Regret, Anxiety, and Fear [Charles Stanley] on iridis-photo-restoration.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
In times of crisis and confusion, Dr. Charles Stanley has learned the one phrase that can carry him through: God.