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“Every person, no matter what, is loved by God…
I don’t know about you, but I can’t spend any more time on my knees. It’s time to stand and walk and live together, knowing that God’s love reigns and moves for all people in all places in all times.” – Dr. Andy Stoker
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“Your God is too small” said JB Phillips. This guy’s god is too small! God loves all of God including the part we call creation. Each person is loved merely because each person is a tiny part of creation. Don’t get the fat head and think that God loves you. Each me is a tiny part of a tiny part of a tiny part of a really big whole. This whole is so big that it includes all things visible and invisible. Instead of wallowing in “God loves me” go out and look up at the sky or an hour.… Read more »

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