Stan’s main takeaway for each day this past week.
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Monday, January 16 (Just like the shepherds) — After the shepherds saw and heard what God had for them, they went back glorifying and praising Him. What do we do with what He shows and tells us?
Tuesday, January 17 (A lifetime of prayer) Anna spent her entire life in prayer. How about me? How much time do I spend seeking what’s on God’s heart?
Wednesday, January 18 (Answers are to build up, not tear down) — Our answers to questions about anything, but especially about our faith, are to be gracious. How are we doing with that?
Thursday, January 19 (He could have said “no,” but he didn’t) — When Jesus called Matthew to follow Him, that’s what Matthew did. How about me? How about you?
Friday, January 20 (The faith mechanic) — Before we can be filled with what God has for us, we have to be emptied of everything else. How’s that going?