Stan’s main takeaway for each day this past week.
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Monday, April 24 (Looking beyond what’s going on) — It’s way too easy to get bogged down with the immediate and not look to see what God has in mind for our circumstances. Why is that?
Tuesday, April 25 — A change in the number of weekly postings, with an invitation to take a fresh look.
Wednesday, April 26 (Weeping or acting like nothing happened?) — Peter wept when he realized what he had done in denying Jesus. What do we do when we deny Him?
Thursday, April 27 (Take another look) — A reference back to give additional attention to the question of being continually connected with God through prayer and the Holy Spirit.
Friday, April 28 (What am I feeding on?) — “You are what you eat!” If that’s true, am I feeding on what God has for me, or is my appetite more along the line of the world, the flesh, and the devil, with a large helping of self?