Overflowing in Mercy – Josh Callender

Growing up, I have always heard what I call the “You Stink Gospel”. It is when much more of the focus is on how bad YOU are and how lucky WE are to have Jesus. I have heard this preached countless amounts of times. While there is truth in this, it always produced the same result of only looking to myself instead of Jesus. And from there, it made my walk with Jesus much more focused on what I do and always holding myself and everyone else to this level that we could never reach on our own. So with this thinking, I had this mindset that mercy is all about what I can get away with. But mercy is all about the extreme goodness of God. God’s mercy triumphs over judgement through Christ Jesus. He is the Merciful One! He is greater than law! He is greater than religion! He is perfect!
Lamentations 3:22-23 says Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.

Before we move on I need to clarify the difference between mercy and grace because they often times get used interchangeably when they are actually quite different. Mercy is when you DON’T get what you DO deserve. Grace is when you DO get what you DON’T deserve. How thankful are you that we have the Merciful One? It is all about Jesus. He is so good. Psalm 89:14 says mercy and truth go before Your face. That means you cannot come into His presence and not experience mercy. He is so good!

We are supposed to do two things with mercy. We are to receive mercy and release mercy. In our world today, society has made mercy and weakness walk hand in hand. But God is the exact opposite of weak. He is strong. He is perfectly strong. And He is merciful! So it is wise to believe that mercy and strength actually go together. It takes a truly strong person in the Lord to forgive and portray mercy to someone who doesn’t deserve it. Here are some points on how to overflow in mercy.

1)The prerequisite to having true mercy is having true humility
Micah 6:8 And what does the Lord require of you but to do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?
Like we covered earlier, Jesus is the Merciful One. He is mercy. What He did at the cross is the very act of mercy. There is a posture of humility that we must keep. Many people confuse this with condemnation but these positions are very different. Jesus has set us free of condemnation. We are to live as Jesus did and he was never under condemnation so neither should we. He was the definition of humility. We must never think ourselves better than anyone else or think less of others. We have all made mistakes and needed Jesus to save our lives. If we don’t keep in this place of humility, it is too easy to step into a place of judgement and being critical. This is the most important thing to do in walking in true mercy.

2) Delight in Mercy
“He delights in mercy” Micah 7:18
In both verses in Micah, it talks about loving mercy and how God delights in mercy. That is a revolutionary concept. It is so God to delight in mercy. He is so good. You can’t say it enough or exaggerate His goodness. A lot times when we have an opportunity to show mercy,
we choose to try prove that we are right instead. It isn’t always about being right. It’s about being in agreement and walking in harmony together in love as His body. Even if a leader offends you, walk in mercy. Even if someone says something rude to you, walk in mercy. Even if someone totally disagrees with you, walk in mercy. No matter your situation, you are called to be merciful. When Jesus was hanging on the cross, He asks His Father to forgive everyone. And then, He forgives the thief hanging on the cross next to Him. That is true mercy. And when you are 100% in the right and it seems like everything is coming against you, you need to learn to allow God to be your defender. Even if it takes time, it is always better to have God defend you than you defend yourself out of the flesh and your own spirit. We operate through the spirit. We must choose mercy. We live in such a crazy world and time. But I really believe mercy can be on the of the greatest evangelism tools you use to introduce others to the Merciful One.

Challenge: Start your day and receive His love. Ask Him to show you how much He loves you. Then, you are properly equipped to respond to whatever the day brings. Choose to delight in mercy.

Four Words – Pastor Eric Rivera

Four Words

I had a dream the other night where I was in a service, getting prayed for by a pastor. In the dream he looked at me directly in the eyes and said four words that have stirred me to pursue God even more…”Let God Love You!” He put his hand on my head and I fell face down on the floor. As I fell, I saw everyone else around me starting to get hit with the power of God.

I asked the Holy Spirit what the dream meant, and also sought the advice of my pastor. The four words “Let God Love You” didn’t mean that I wasn’t letting Him love me, it’s that He wanted to show His love to me even more! The more I journey with God and let Him love me, other people around me would begin to experience that same power.

So I encourage you today to Let God Love You! He loves us so much, and wants us to be with Him. We can not escape His love and there’s so much more of it to experience. We live out of the overflow to bring us and the world around us, into an encounter with Him. Let this portion of scripture minster to your heart about God’s ability and desire to love you more!

Ephesians 3:17-19

17 Then Christ will make his home in your hearts as you trust in him. Your roots will grow down into God’s love and keep you strong. 18 And may you have the power to understand, as all God’s people should, how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his love is. 19 May you experience the love of Christ, though it is too great to understand fully. Then you will be made complete with all the fullness of life and power that comes from God.

HE is our daily bread – Elizabeth Needham

“Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread…” (Matt. 6:9-11 NKJV)

So many of us can repeat the “Lord’s Prayer” scripture without even thinking about it. One day, while spending time with the Lord, I kept hearing it ringing in my ears. There was a particular part that was resounding in me: “Give us this day our daily bread” and bubbling out of my mouth came, “He is our daily bread! He is our portion!“ God wants us to come to Him & get our portion from Him, daily. Psalms 16:5 says, “Lord, You are my portion and my cup of blessing; You hold my future.” (HCSB)

What if we just decided to eat all of our caloric needs for 3 days in one setting? That wouldn’t be very satisfying, would it? It would actually be pretty miserable. In the same way that we were made to take in calories on a regular basis to sustain energy and vitality, we are meant to take in God and what He has for us regularly. We were not meant to just experience God every once in a while, when we happen to be at church or have come to our “end” and have no where else to turn. We were meant to partake of Him and what He has for us daily.

A perfect example of this is in Exodus 16 when the Israelites were in the desert. They had just been set free from slavery in Egypt and were crying about not having any food, the Lord heard their cries so He daily sent manna to eat, not just for a few weeks… But for 40 years! In fact, even if they tried to keep it for more than one day, it would expire. They hadto receive their portion every day. It was such a great example of how God wants us to operate, that He told Moses to get a container and fill it with manna for all their future generations to remember how He supplied for them.

Could the Israelites have received all the food they needed in the desert, in their own ability? They may have been able to hunt down some rodents and animals but it would have been ALOT more effort, way more difficult and not what the Lord wanted for them. I would much rather have the Lord bring me His supply than try to work for it on my own. We can’t do everything that He wants us to do in our own strength. Jesus says “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Cor. 12:9 NKJV). We are not required to do it all! He actually is strongest when we are weakest, because it is only then that we are required to do it all in Him. Not only did the Lord give the Israelites food every day but it gave them every bit of strength they needed for the days ahead because His supply was sufficient.

You may ask, “How do I receive my daily bread or get my portion from Him?” You must first ask for it, then take action to receive it and finally, know where it comes from.

1. Ask for it!

Not only does God want us to ask Him for things, but He tells us to ask.

“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.” (Matt. 7:7-8 NKJV) Ask the Lord to give you His supply for that day. There is a scripture that says that “Take delight in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.” (Psalms 37:4) He put those desires in you, and wants to give it to you more than you want it for yourself.

2. Take action to receive it.

The manna came from heaven but the Israelites had to go out and gather their portion. It says in Isaiah 12:3 “with joy you will DRINK deeply from the fountains of salvation” (NLT) another translation says “…DRAW water From the wells of salvation.” After asking, we must take the next step to gather, draw, and drink in all that He has for us. That practically looks like reading His Word, spending time in His presence, praying, and waiting on Him to respond. Jesus even had to do it! In Luke 5 it says “He Himself often withdrew into the wilderness and prayed.”

3. Know where it comes from.

Lastly, we must know that our supply, our portion and our strength comes from our Father. A friend can bring you a bottle of water, but the water didn’t come from that person, it came from a body of water. In the same way, someone can minister to you and bring a refreshing word, or a worship song that can fill you with God’s presence, but the source is from heaven!! “Then the angel showed me a river with the water of life, clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb.” (Rev. 22:1 NLT) This river is an endless supply, you can get as much as you want, straight from the source!

“To everyone who is victorious I will give some of the manna that has been hidden away in heaven” (Rev. 2:17 NLT) He is our source, our supply, our portion & our sufficiency! Let’s tap into that never ending river of His presence and live each day filled up with hidden manna from heaven!

Seashells and Stunt Kites – Pastor Mike and Christine Cook

Over Christmas break, Christine and I had the opportunity to go to Galveston for a short vacation. It was cold and rainy, but we were able to go to Moody Gardens, and spend some time on the beach. While we were on the beach God began to speak to us individually. We were not really looking for a Heaven download while playing on the beach, but God will speak, a lot of times, when you are not expecting Him. Also, He will speak at places, and in ways, you are not expecting. I realized, (by her tears), that Christine had gotten a Heaven Download, and she sent the following text to our children:

 

“As we were walking down the beach looking for seashells, the Lord reminded me of our trip last summer to Destin, Florida. Yes, there are beautiful shells on the beach and in the shallow here in Galveston, but those are all dead and mostly fragmented, and broken. The life and the real beauty is out deeper where, in Destin, we saw those live sand dollars and crabs. He wants to show us life and beauty like we’ve never seen it before. Not just fragments or pieces of the true beauty that’s out there. But we have to step out into deeper water and trust Him that even over our head, He will teach us to swim or even just relax and float. It’s all about hearing His voice and Knowing the next step He wants us to take. Following and Trusting Him in everything. It’s not always the easiest way, but truly the best way!”

This caused me to contrast some of the differences between Galveston and Destin, and Christine’s story. Galveston has the same sand dollars and shells as Destin, but the major difference is clarity. Because of the lack of water clarity on a Galveston beach, we cannot see the life and beauty that we were able to see in Destin. The Lord is wanting to bring clarity to our lives, so we are able to behold his beauty and His Glory. During a staff dwell time this week the Lord took me to Luke’s account of Jesus’ transfiguration in Luke 9. In verse 32 it says, “Peter and his companions were very sleepy, but when they became fully awake, they saw His glory.” Just like clarity, the Lord is causing us to wake up and become fully aware of the glory that he wants to show to us and through us. He wants to take us into the deeper things in Him and show us His beauty. Psalms 42:7 says, “Deep calls to deep at the sound of Your waterfalls; All Your breakers and Your waves have rolled over me.”

At the same time the Lord is speaking to Christine through broken seashells, he begins to speak to me as we are flying a kite. The kite we have is not the lame, boring, single string kite. We have a stunt kite that is designed with two individual strings, so that you can pilot the kite and make it do the tricks you want it to do. When we began, Christine would just hold the kite and I would try to pull it and get it to go up in the air. This was not successful. We soon realized that you had to throw, or launch, the kite into the air for it to get into the stronger winds, that were not at ground level. The north wind was blocked, or hindered, at ground level because of the dunes, but once the kite got up higher into the full force of the wind, it was able to be “piloted”.

The Lord began to speak to me the same thing He was speaking to Christine. Deeper and Higher are the same thing. Staying on the beach or in the shallows will keep you from seeing all that God has for you in the deep, and staying at ground level and not allowing God to “launch” you. This will cause you to not grow into all the potential He has for you. In Jesus’ parable of the sower, He talks about seed that is sown among thorns, it says, “this is the one who hears the word, but the worries and distractions of the world and the deceitfulness of riches choke the word, and it yields no fruit.” This reminded me of the dunes that kept us from the full force of the wind. God is wanting to blow on us with the wind of the Spirit and not let anything get in the way, or choke us out, from Him launching us into everything that He has called us to be.

When that kite was up where it was suppose to be, it took little effort for it to do huge things, and the stronger the wind, the more reactive and fun it was. Allowing God to launch you and breath the breath of heaven on you, the more you will step into your purpose, the more effective you will be, and the more fun you will have.

We are already looking forward to our next vacation, but expecting God to speak to us daily. We love this church, we love you, and we love your kids.

Mike and Christine Cook

Focus on the through, not the do – Josh Callender

Do you remember the days when you were growing up and you would be out in the driveway cleaning the car? I always remember how much fun it was with the hose, the soap, hanging out with your friends and family, and climbing all over the cars. By the end of the day, the car looked brand new. I thought at the time, that I was an expert at cleaning cars. Everyone would tell me great job and I would feel pretty good about myself. But as I grew up, I came to realize a few things. I started noticing how much I was doing compared to what my parents and older siblings were doing. It seemed as though I was doing so little compared to what was really happening behind me and around me. I thought I was doing so much when in reality there was so much more going on. You see, God is doing so much more around you than you realize. But we get so caught up in our own lives and in what we are doing that we forget that God is doing through us and around us.

The scripture I want you to focus on is one of the most quoted scriptures in the Bible: Philippians 4:13. It says,” I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” In this portion of scripture, we tend to focus on the first part “…I can do all things…” much, much more than the next part “…through Christ who strengthens me…” part. We focus on me what we can do and what we are doing when we really need to focus on what God is orchestrating through us. So in short, I am saying we need to FOCUS ON THE THROUGH, NOT THE DO. If you get too caught up on the do, it’s easy to get discouraged and distracted from what God is doing all around you and through you. There is always so much more happening than what we could ever realize. When you steward what you are doing but focus on what Jesus is doing through you, that is when you become stronger and stronger. Your strength does not come from doing all you can on your own. Your strength comes from meditating on Jesus and what He is doing through you.

For example in Matthew 14:13-21, this is when the miracle of the 5 loaves and the 2 fish occurred. An incredible miracle happened at the hands of the disciples. It wasn’t Jesus who did this, it was the disciples. God wants to use us to bring the miraculous to the world. God wants to use YOU to bring the answer to the world: Jesus! If the disciples only focused on what was in their hands, they would have miserably failed. But they believed there was much more going on through them and around them. If their security and foundation was based on what they could have done, they would have not succeeded. But their security, trust and foundation was in Jesus and in what He was doing. So anything became possible to them, to the point that they each had their own basket full of food after passing it out and feeding the crowd!

So my encouragement to you is very simple: focus on the through not the do. Focus on what God is doing all around you. It doesn’t matter what season of life that you are in. God is so good that He is endlessly working to help you bring His healing touch to a broken world. Be encouraged and trust Him to follow through in what He says He will do!

“Serving Miracles” – Pastor Chris Klimis

The simple phrase, “serving miracles” came out of my mouth on this last trip
in Malaysia while I was preaching at a young adults’ camp and I began to
think about how the miraculous is to be ministered. Miracles are meant to be
served just as Jesus served them. Oftentimes, the mentality can be that
miracles are for people who may have a particular grace in an area, and they
are lifted up and placed on a pedestal. Unfortunately the result is serving
the man or a miracle ministry. Honor is absolutely due to great pioneers of
miracle anointing and power. However, I believe that Jesus set a precedence
in the Gospels with His first miracle at Cana. It was the first of many
miracles that would show forth His glory. I enjoy meditating on the
perspective of being in the place of the “servants” in the story and how
this first miracle was truly “served”. The servers started with natural
water and somewhere in the process of simple obedience to the words of
Jesus, between the filling of their pitchers and the pouring of the water
into the master of ceremonies’ wine glass, the water became wine. Miracles
are meant to be served! Do whatever the Lord tells you and even if it starts
out as common and natural as water, He is able to transform it and pour out
the miraculous through you as you serve.

Getting Things Done – Leadership Talk – Pastor John Hettinger

We want to share with you a leadership talk from Pastor Jeff Needham, Pastor Chris Needham, myself (Pastor John Hettinger), and a surprise appearance from Pastor Randy Needham as well! We want to encourage you in the area of Holy Spirit administration as we approach the new year, praying over the plans and goals that God has given, and is giving us. We hope it’s a blessing.

Part 3, Being a Dwelling Place Day-to-Day – Chris Needham

Part 3: Affections (Beauty)
In this blog series, I’ve been discussing what being a Dwelling Place, as an individual, looks like in the day-to-day.   You can read Part 1 “thoughts” here , and Part 2 “actions” here.)
Next, I’d like to reflect on another part of our daily life that is completely compulsory; our affections, or, the things we find attractive, likable, or beautiful.  That which we are fond of.  That which we enjoy.
(Some may contend that affections aren’t a choice, but I beg to differ.  Affections are a taste – they grow and change with us.  Many people don’t have a natural taste for wine or coffee but as they passionately seek to become “affectionados” they presently find themselves gaining an enjoyment for the flavor.  Similarly, anyone can relate to finding another person attractive, but upon uncovering a terrible personality they will suddenly become genuinely unattracted to the exact same person.)
So what does this have to do with being a Dwelling Place?  It begins with the understanding that everything reflects something.  Some things reflect the Light, and some things reflect Darkness.  A Dwelling Place channels their affections toward those things that reflect the Light.
I find it impossible to see that someone going through their day with the things they enjoy including music that is all about prideful self-centered ambitions, television shows filled with twisted violence and humanistic messages, and internet browsing packed with constant assaults of offensive content can be sustained while living in a perpetual dwelling in the presence of God.  It just doesn’t make sense.   However, I do understand life is more complicated than just the black and the white.  Very often, some things reflect both Light and Darkness – and if we find ourselves enjoying these things, the skill is to learn to yield to the Holy Spirit and ask Him to help us uncover exactly what we are drawn to and why.
An amazing psalm of David gives us insight into what the “man after God’s own heart” was attracted to: “One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to enquire in his temple. (Psalms 27:4 KJV)”
You see, what I’ve actually been writing about here is worship in disguise.  Worship doesn’t just exist at church or through song.  I’m convinced that we as individuals are constantly pouring out our love and affection onto (otherwise known as worshipping) something – it’s in our nature.  When we worship God by seeing all beauty as a reflection of His true beauty, that is truly worship.  However when we glorify the things of this world, or worse; pervert glorifiers of God by turning them into glorifiers of evil, we are committing false worship, also known as idolatry.
Right now, see what is on your computer or phone’s background image, the theme of your decorative calendar, the last few photos you liked on Instagram, the music you’re listening to, the decor on your desk, even just think of your favorite movie, the last piece of nature or science you marveled at…  For most people, these are a panoramic representation of what they are fond of.  However, it is often not the actual item that matters, it is what it represents to you.
My biggest fear is that you would think, “Chris, you are taking the effortless enjoyment out of life.  I don’t think about why I like this or that…  I just DO!  What you are talking about sounds like work.”  In fact, what I’m really getting at is a much deeper, truer, and more free way of enjoying the pleasant parts of life.  I believe that we live in a broken, distorted world.  God’s kingdom in eternity to come is a perfect and beautiful reality.  I believe that Heaven is our true home we have not yet arrived to.  Currently, the Holy Spirit is with us in this flawed world, and He is calling to us – sending us reminders of Home.  Therefore, staring up at an endless starry night sky is an experience that should transcend carnal reality… it should be like receiving a love letter that ignites a hope of glory to come and the wonder our God who is the sheer beauty that created all things, and fills all things.
“The books or the music in which we thought the beauty was located will betray us if we trust to them; it was not in them, it only came through them, and what came through them was longing.
These things—the beauty, the memory of our own past—are good images of what we really desire; but if they are mistaken for the thing itself they turn into dumb idols, breaking the hearts of their worshippers.
For they are not the thing itself; they are only the scent of a flower we have not found, the echo of a tune we have not heard, news from a country we have never yet visited.”
― C.S. Lewis (The Weight of Glory)

Faithfulness – Pastor Chris Klimis

“Are you guys ready?”

As I turned from the final communication with our band at the Jesus Conference in Orlando, Florida this weekend, it dawned on me.  God  TV is about to go live when you turn around.  Suddenly I was a tad overwhelmed with the expectation of the night as well as the tremendous honor and priviledge to be a part of such a wonderful night before Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke would come to speak.

As I took a deep breath and gathered my thoughts, the Holy Spirit brought these thoughts to my memory that gave such comfort to me:

1.God is a rewarder of the faithful.

Why?  Faithfulness is the great equalizing measuring stick.

Talent,  pedigree,  experience – all those have their place, but it just seems the Lord is measuring something we often overlook with our natural eyes. Throughout the word we see this pattern, and need to remember it at times.

2.Faithful in little.

This isn’t just a ploy to get people to serve or volunteer.

Being faithful in little exercises your faith so that when blessing and opportunity comes, you don’t have to hype or work up what God has been developing in you the whole time.

3.Faithful is the bullseye,  not fame nor fanfair.

If we shoot for being faithful to what the Lord has asked then that becomes the end goal we are looking to achieve.  Instead of meeting size or influence, just simply knowing that because God had released something to you to do, we can always rest in that confidence instead of some other goal.

Please be encouraged!  Keep doing what you are doing. Don’t grow wearing in well doing.  Breakthrough is always on the way.

Part 2, Being A Dwelling Place Day-to-Day – Chris Needham

Part 2: The Practical
 
In my last blog, I began examining what being a Dwelling Place, as an individual, looks like in the day-to-day.  In that blog, I talked about the first thing we all do every moment whether we want to or not: to think.  You can read it here.)
Now, let’s focus on being a Dwelling Place through another aspect of the day-to-day; our doings.  I don’t necessarily mean doing our good works – I am talking about all the practical activities that we all have to do between waking up and going to bed.  The parts of our day that don’t feel spiritual.
Let’s look at what the Bible says:
“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” 1. Cor. 10:31
“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him…  Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord.” Col. 3:17, 23
A long list of scriptures could be made, but the principal is already clear: EVERYTHING we do should be done for God!  Regardless of how it feels in the moment, we do everything for a reason.  It’s time to ask ourselves, “why?”  Why do you eat this food instead of that food?  Why did I spend all Saturday working on this project?  Why do you shop at that store instead of this store?   Why did I put effort into spending time with that person?
I remember a cartoon I saw as a child where an annoying character would ask “why?”  When the respondent answered, the annoying character would simply ask “why?” again.  This would go on until the one being questioned lost their mind.  If you’ve ever interacted with a six year old, you’ve probably been through the famous scene; why? answer. why? answer. why? answer. why?  However childish this example may be, I think this is a great exercise we can use on ourselves.  So, why did I eat this food instead of that food? -because I want to be healthy.  And why does it matter to be healthy?  Because I want to live long and be effective in life for the glory of God.  You see, the ultimate motivation at the end of every string of why’s should always be “for the glory of God”.
The book “The Practice of the Presence of God” is about a French monk in the 1600’s who really understood what it means to be a dwelling place for God through our daily actions.  To him, even picking up a piece of trash from the ground was something he did out of love for God.  The book says of him, “He believed it was a serious mistake to think of our prayer time as being different from any other.  Our actions should unite us with God when we are involved in our daily activities, just as our prayers unite us with Him in our quiet devotions.”
And yes; I am trying to spiritualize all of life.  The spiritual is more real than what we call “real”.  Actually, I believe the spiritual empowers us to care about the natural even more.  Believing in the reality of the supernatural doesn’t belittle the details of life; it enriches them.  Suddenly all creation is deeper.  Suddenly the seemingly mundane tasks are filled with vibrance and purpose.  What is the point of going about our day devoid of God, when we can discover the value of doing everything for Him?
Cleaning your home can be become a service to the Lord (creating an atmosphere conducive to peace, and a home ready to be hospitable to others) instead of an compulsory “have-to” routine.
Paying taxes and doing a budget is prime-time for thankfulness (for all His provision, and prayers for needs) instead of a drudgingly painful to-do.
Driving the kids to school can be an opportune moment (to spend meaningful time with them, and an occasion for prayer and worship) instead of an inconvenience.
Shopping is an awesome example of a time we can promote Godly virtues (by supporting companies that are ethically responsible towards their employees and the environment) instead of an occasion to either recklessly blow money or staunchly pinch-pennies.
Even waiting in line at the D.P.S. can become a time we give to the Lord with thankfulness  (meditating on on Him in our thoughts, and communing with him in our hearts) or giving a stranger a friendly smile or word of encouragement (shining our light and being the salt of the earth) instead of just a “waste of time”.
The simplistic bottom-line is this: in all that we do, we can either do it with Jesus, or without Jesus.  With is always better.  I promise you if we are intentional to ask ourselves “why?” and redeem everything we do for, with, through, by, and unto Jesus, we’ll discover more of what being a Dwelling Place for God really looks like.
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