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Lay Down Your Anxiety   


What I interpret as God’s slowness in making my life less stressful is, rather, his patience in waiting for me to repent. Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Future: a small-group session


For this session, you’ll need…. beanbags, stress balls, or other soft items that can be tossed around—two for every group of four or five   Laying Down Your Day (10+ minutes) Have everyone get into subgroups of four to five. … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Doubt


Our anxiety expresses itself through doubt. And our doubt expresses itself by taking things into our own hands. Whether we say it or even consciously think it, trying to make things happen on our own says, at best, “God’s not … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Anxiety


Let’s begin our exploration of our future at its most immediate location: Today. My dad has a phrase I’ve used a lot in the past couple decades: “He’s the God of 11:59.” In other words, God intervenes in our lives … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Future: a small-group session


This  session is based upon the following past devotionals—refer back, or forge ahead at yr discretion (the one place you’ll need to re-read is hyperlinked): Lay Down Your Anxiety Lay Down Your Doubt Lay Down Your Goals Lay Down Your … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Doubt, Part 2


In the first part of this devotional, posted way back when, we looked at how our anxiety expresses itself in doubt and in trying to “control” the situation apart from God. Sometimes, however, we already know things are out of … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Doubt — a start


Our anxiety expresses itself through doubt. And our doubt expresses itself by taking things into our own hands. Whether we say it or even consciously think it, trying to make things happen on our own says, at best, “God’s not … Continue reading

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