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Say It!

For I will not dare to speak of any of those things which Christ hath not wrought by me, to make the Gentiles obedient, by word and deed,

Romans 15:18

Pray It!

Father,  I thank You because I only speak of those things that You have given me to speak.

Amen.…

And Everyone Said…

In a number of previous devotionals, I have mentioned how diverse we are. Yet in the middle of all this diversity, I find one word that most of us are familiar with—the word Amen!

This word is usually said or sung at the end of a prayer or hymn. It is a word that is used to express or indicate agreement with whatever was just spoken or sung. (And this word is usually said by a group of co-managers during a co-managers’ meeting….. right after Ken H. speaks.)
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Some days are just like that!

In the book of Acts, the missionary journeys of the apostle Paul are given. Paul is the one who had persecuted those that believed in Jesus Christ until his experience on the way to Damascus in Acts 9.  As soon as Paul had that amazing revelation of who Jesus Christ really is, he became a bold witness for the very thing he had been determined to stop. 

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Don’t give up!

There is a short fable attributed to Aesop called “The Fox and the Grapes”. The fable basically states that the fox sees grapes hanging high up on a vine. Desiring to taste of the grapes, he attempts to grab them. Picture it…the grapes are just within reach, but the fox cannot touch them. He jumps and stretches, but he just can’t reach them. The fox stops trying and remarks, “The grapes are sour anyway!”

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Trust me!

During the week of February 12, 2018, Co-Manager meetings will resume. This will be the first time (for the majority) any of them had visited here. A number of us greet them at the front door, walk them down a hallway, across a working warehouse hallway and escort them into what we refer to as “The Great Room.” So if you are following the path I just wrote about, to enter the great room, you have to pass through the warehouse.

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