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Thank you Peter!
A wonderful reminder! Very well written! Keeping a copy of your writing.
Noted some good points on a paper - pasted on the wall at my desk.
My resolution to cultivate "loving union" with Christ!
Rev Sue Lee
Telling more of the truth in love.
Amen and Amen.
We have gotten so used to Jesus, we have gotten so used to church activities that we have missed what God is after- and God is after an intimate relationship with his childrens. Turning back to God is a response to what He is after.
L Stacy Cowan
This has been a timely message for me. I've just resigned my church this past week. Your message is an added confirmation of what I have been wrestling with for years. That is maintaining intimacy with God in the midst of doing ministry. Reading this message from you will serve as a catalyst in my new growth as l prepare for returning to the pulpit again.
Benjamin F. Mora
Yes, that is always the challenge before us: "We can do holy things without being holy"
Thanks, Pete. You've recentered me.
God bless you Pete for sharing. I needed this message especially at this time of my life in ministry.
The contents of this article nails it. Thanks be to God.
I was humbled by the fact that"What I say matters.Who I am matters much more". I am who I am because of Christ and apart from Christ the picture is completely different.i would rather have Jesus than anything this world offers.
Thank you Peter
WOW!!!! I needed that.
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