10 Random Nuggets (not the chicken kind)

* If you teach, people will learn; but who you are is what they’ll become. (Pastor Van Fielden)

* The desert is a transition. For the Israelites, it was a really long transition, but it was a transition nonetheless. They weren’t going to stay there. We often resent the desert, but it is the place where God does His deepest work. (Pastor Van.)

* I used to think the the American Sign Language sign for “reign,” as in “Our God reigns” was inappropriate, until I watched Morgan taking riding lessons and listened to what her instructor was saying. If you don’t let the horse know you’re the one in charge, it’ll do whatever it wants. Kind of like us if we don’t heed the directions of the reins that God is holding. So He reigns in our lives when we let Him hold the reins in our life, thus the sign–two hands acting like they’re holding reins and moving back and forth as if directing a team of horses.

* “When I find myself in the cellar of affliction, I always look about for the wine.” (Samuel Rutherford)

* “If You took Your eyes off of us, we would be undone.” (Pastor Greg Riggs) Colossians 1:17 “He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together.”

* “Truth is too important to kill it in the streets for the sake of peace.” (R.C. Sproul)

* “We are not necessarily doubting that God will do the best for us; we are wondering how painful the best will turn out to be.” (C.S. Lewis)

* God feeds the birds, but He don’t throw the worms in their nests.” (Andy Andrews)

* “When you demand your rights, your joy decreases. When you give up your rights, your joy increases.” (John MacArthur)

* “Oh no, You never let go, through the calm and through the storm. Oh no, You never let go, in every high and every low. Oh no, You never let go. Lord, You never let go of me.” (Matt Redman)

Thankful today for:

297. salad

298. fro yo

299. communion

300. iced tea

301. staples

302. cacophony

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