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Have you been putting Jesus out of work? Keep Jesus out the unemployment line. Put Jesus back to work in your life, seeing and trusting in him, in everything.
The ten key words of happiness: 1. Fortune: Money can buy a degree of happiness, social status can also be bought. Once the problems of food, the clothing, housing can be resolved, the  sense of every dollar you earn will be less and less.
For Jews, the bitter taste of slavery, blind hatred and murder was a constant companion. Even their ancestral homeland, Israel, was conquered repeatedly; their sacred temples destroyed. Repugnance, despair and darkness exist within human nature; just as love, compassion and devotion also exist there. We learn nothing about ourselves if we do not examine these vastly disparate portions of our psyche. Here, among the ashes of genocide, one can feel hope for the survival of the human spirit.
The Parable of the Talents teaches us that God expects us to use what he has given us in the form of abilities and go to work but it also teaches us that fear can get in the way. Fear and faith do not mix.
I end up forgetting all He has done for me, and I fall. Sometimes I fall hard, but every time He lifts me up again, brushes off the filth and encourages me to try again only to see me fall over and over again. But HE DOESN'T GIVE UP ON ME!
One of the most common concerns among believers is trying to figure out the right path that God has planned for them. They pray that God will give them a clear direction, stating they want to serve God’s will and not waste their time going down the wrong path. The problem is, most of these people already have a direction in mind. They then get frustrated or confused when God doesn’t seem to be leading them down the path they think they should be going.
Why you may not have mastered the spiritual weapon of faith
Into the gas chambers and crematoria, the Jews of the Holocaust emptied their faith and continued to worship the God of their ancestors. In their darkest moments, the Jews of Nazi concentration camps fabricated a “normal” life for their progeny. Despite their impending mortality, they created an ordinary world on the inside to protect children from raging genocide on the outside.
In recent months, several high-profile incidents have raised awareness of the threat posed by individuals and small groups operating under the principles of leaderless resistance.
The terror of genocide is not necessarily an inevitable human outcome. We must learn from the mistakes of our past, rather than repeat them. As long as we teach our children about the horror of the Holocaust, there is hope that it will never happen again.
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