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Objectionable Obligation or Inviting Opportunity?

[Inspired by Terri Graham] Am I the only one who finds it SOOOO hard to wait for a zero ~ “true hunger”? There are many things in my life that I do even though I don’t want to do them…  like doing the laundry…  dishes…  going places when I’d rather stay home…  I even shower, floss, wash my face, […]

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Keys to Conscious Eating

  I hope that you woke up this morning, with these thoughts on your heart… I am fearfully and wonderfully made! We can believe it! You know what? Here’s the thing…if our God is awesome (and I bet not a one of you reading this would say you don’t agree with that assertion), if he is so […]

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Stay on the Path

Guest Post by Susan Bradbury Cathy Maher recently shared the above Truth Card. Thinking about this one: I have FREEDOM to walk in the Spirit when I keep my boundaries. It is just like when you go for a walk in a park or nature reserve and you see a sign that says, “Stay on […]

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Boundaries – Lesson 9 TW Class 2014

Lord, you alone are my portion and my cup;     you make my lot secure. The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places;     surely I have a delightful inheritance. Psalm 16:5-6 Boundaries…we have been talking about them since our orientation week. They are fundamental to a godly life and eating is no exception. Eating […]

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8 Affirmations to Move Forward

On Saturday, I posted that I am declaring war on apathy.  Even veterans find they can slip into periods of apathy or…downright disobedience. One of my new strategies for amping up my focus is to call it what it is…rebellion, resistance, disobedience. I know what God has called me to. Allowing myself to justify “little […]

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Doing Battle – Even a Veteran Has to!

Christina posted yesterday about the spiritual warfare she is experiencing lately. I am in the trenches, too. Even though I may be a “veteran” and have been at this a loooooong time, I nevertheless go through seasons of difficulty. To be honest, this is the most challenging I have ever experienced. As a result, I […]

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Get Rid of “The Little Foxes!”

Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards, our vineyards that are in bloom. Song of Solomon 2:15 …A taste of the spaghetti sauce while it is simmering…”SooOOOOooo good!,” …it requires another taste and just one more! …A french fry (or two…or six!) from a family member’s “Happy Meal”…”Ooh! I need […]

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Renewing My Mind – Evening Eating Part 3

On Monday and Tuesday, I posted parts 1 and 2 in this series. Today is the final installment. Evening eating is one of the things that many of us struggle with–it is that “bewitching hour” between dinner and bed-time. Often the kids head off to bed and we want the reward for a day well […]

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