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Dynah Zale Yes ma’am. “Drama in the Church Saga” is comprised of both “Drama in the Church” and “More Drama In The Church”. Thanks for the follow and accepting…moreYes ma’am. “Drama in the Church Saga” is comprised of both “Drama in the Church” and “More Drama In The Church”. Thanks for the follow and accepting my friend request. (less)
Dynah Zale I like to get outside and walk. Listen to Christian Music. I like to walk up lots of hills. It's strenuous but I start thinking of crazy ideas and…moreI like to get outside and walk. Listen to Christian Music. I like to walk up lots of hills. It's strenuous but I start thinking of crazy ideas and those ideas turn into books. I also like to go walk around in downtown Atlanta. That's how i come up with my characters. I just sit and watch different people. You never know you could see yourself in one of my books. (less)
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Drama In The Church

4.10 avg rating — 125 ratings — published 2006 — 5 editions
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More Drama in the Church

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Drama in the Church Saga

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Heaven Sent

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Skeletons In My Closet

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I did my research and a majority of the research I did confirmed that vision boards work. If you stay focused on your personal goals; the laws of attraction will work. However, I did find a few people whom the daily acknowledgment of looking at accomplishments that weren’t yet accomplished seemed to rub them the wrong way.

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Although this book was well written I can’t say I ever connected with the characters. It just never took me to Italy.

I love this author but this one just didn’t do it for me.
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Although this book was well written I can’t say I ever connected with the characters. It just never took me to Italy.

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I am not the type to slam any authors work of art but this story line drug on. The characters were flat and there was never a good on the edge of my seat plot. I believe the biggest reason I kept getting lost was because the
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Mark Batterson
“Each prayer is like a seed that gets planted in the ground. It disappears for a season, but it eventually bears fruit that blesses future generations. In fact, our prayers bear fruit forever.”
Mark Batterson, Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge

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“Bold prayers honor God, and God honors bold prayers. God isn’t offended by your biggest dreams or boldest prayers. He is offended by anything less. If your prayers aren’t impossible to you, they are insulting to God.

Prayers are prophecies. They are the best predictors of your spiritual future. Who you become is determined by how you pray. Ultimately, the transcript of your prayers becomes the script of your life.

The greatest tragedy in life is the prayers that go unanswered because they go unasked.

God does not answer vague prayers. The more specific your prayers are, the more glory God receives.

Most of us don’t get what we want because we quit praying. We give up too easily. We give up too soon. We quit praying right before the miracle happens.

If you don’t take the risk, you forfeit the miracle.

Take a step of faith when God gives you a vision because you trust that the One who gave you the vision is going to make provision. And for the record, if the vision is from God, it will most definitely be beyond your means.

We shouldn’t seek answers as much as we should seek God. If you seek answers you won’t find them, but if you seek God, the answers will find you.

If your plans aren’t birthed in prayer and bathed in prayer, they won’t succeed.

Are your problems bigger than God, or is God bigger than your problems? Our biggest problem is our small view of God. That is the cause of all lesser evils. And it’s a high view of God that is the solution to all other problems.

Because you know He can, you can pray with holy confidence.

Persistence is the magic bullet. The only way you can fail is if you stop praying. 100 percent of the prayers I don’t pray won’t get answered.

Where are you most proficient, most sufficient? Maybe that is precisely where God wants you to trust Him to do something beyond your ability.

What we perceive as unanswered prayers are often the greatest answers. Our heavenly Father is far too wise and loves us far too much to give us everything we ask for. Someday we’ll thank God for the prayers He didn’t answer as much or more than the ones He did.

You can’t pray for open doors if you aren’t willing accept closed doors, because one leads to the other.

Just as our greatest successes often come on the heels of our greatest failures, our greatest answers often come on the heels of our longest and most boring prayers.

The biggest difference between success and failure, both spiritually and occupationally, is your waking-up time on your alarm clock. We won’t remember the things that came easy; we’ll remember the things that came hard.

It’s not just where you end up that’s important; it’s how you get there. Goal setting begins and ends with prayer.

The more you have to circle something in prayer, the more satisfying it is spiritually. And, often, the more glory God gets.

I don’t want easy answers or quick answers because I have a tendency to mishandle the blessings that come too easily or too quickly. I take the credit or take them for granted. So now I pray that it will take long enough and be hard enough for God to receive all of the glory. Change your prayer approach from as soon as possible to as long as it takes.

Go home. Lock yourself in your room. Kneel down in the middle of the floor, and with a piece of chalk draw a circle around yourself. There, on your knees, pray fervently and brokenly that God would start a revival within that chalk circle.”
Mark Batterson, The Circle Maker: Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams and Greatest Fears

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“Prayer is the difference between seeing with our physical eyes and seeing with our spiritual eyes.”
Mark Batterson, Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge




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