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Advent 2013: Awe and Wonder Day 17

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    Sarah Francis Martin is a wife, mother, friend, mentor, author and wanna be artist. Shehas a passion to encourage women to make Jesus famous in every part of life. She is the author of Just RISE UP!: A Call To Make Jesus Famous (Thomas Nelson 2012). Sarah's relevant and conversational style will invigorate readers to live rise up off the couch of complacency live with faith-filled purpose for the renown of Jesus . When Sarah is not typing away at her laptop you can usually find her getting her hands messy with craft paint. Check out more at www.liveitoutblog.com.

  • 2013 Dec 17
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Day 17 Awe and Wonder

On this Tuesday morning my you seek out your Great Shepherd. If you are lost...He will go to the depths to find you. If you are lonely...He will cover you like a blanket and fill the empty spaces in your heart. If you are in need of forgiveness...His is ever abundant. Let this Advent be a time of healing, restoration and renewal.

Today's Advent Scripture from THE VOICE Advent readings: Ezekiel 34:12

 In the same way one shepherd seeks after, cares for, and watches over his scattered flock, so will I be the guardian of My sheep. I will be their Rescuer! No matter where they have scattered, I will go to find them. I will bring them back from the places where they were scattered on that dark and cloudy day.  

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Question for you...

Is there anything keeping you from allowing God, the Great Shepherd, to bring you back into His loving arms––His fold––like a shepherd would a lost sheep? Thoughts? Ideas? Questions? Leave a comment...let's chat!