Spread the Good Word: Ezekiel 36:26

by | Aug 19, 2016 | The Good Word | 0 comments

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We hope that today’s Good Word encourages you, whether you’re dealing with your own heart of stone or someone else’s. God can place a new spirit in any soul that’s willing to accept it. We are always looking for the next new thing, new stuff to replace our old stuff, new strategies to replace the ones that didn’t work. When you’re at the end of your rope and nothing seems new under the sun, why not try looking past the sun, up to heaven, for that new spirit?

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