Dianne Neal Matthews





Dianne Neal Matthews

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Designed for Devotion: A 36...
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The One Year Women of the B...
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Drawing Closer to God: 365 ...
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The One Year on This Day
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On This Day: 365 Meditation...
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“If left unchecked, a persistent feeling of dissatisfaction can lead us into bitterness, resentment, and jealousy, culminating in open rebellion against God and others. Rather than looking around at what others have, we would be better off learning to be content with what God has given us and where he has placed us. If we don’t, we may be swallowed up by our own dissatisfaction. I’ve learned to be content in whatever situation I’m in. Philippians 4:11”
Dianne Neal Matthews, Designed for Devotion: A 365-Day Journey from Genesis to Revelation

“We need to remember that our perspective of what's fair is shaped by our changeable emotions, personal experiences, prejudices, and our sinful nature. We can't expect to understand all of God's actions, but we can depend on his character. And we can trust him to be a fair judge.
What he does is perfect. All his ways are fair. He is a faithful God, who does no wrong. He is honorable and reliable.
Deuteronomy 32:4
Ask”
Dianne Neal Matthews, Drawing Closer to God: 365 Daily Meditations on Questions from Scripture

“Today, God still uses people’s evil intentions and actions to accomplish his own purposes. As God’s children, we have his promise that everything that happens to us will somehow work for our ultimate good. Even when people want to harm us, we can trust God to turn it around to fit into his plans for our life and to bring him glory.”
Dianne Neal Matthews, Designed for Devotion: A 365-Day Journey from Genesis to Revelation



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