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Dustan Stanley

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Sermon Notes: Faith #1 – The Foundation of Hope

Faith #1 - The Foundation of Hope Download Printable PDF Download This teaching is designed to help you understand how Hope and Faith go hand in hand and how we are taught to use faith to obtain God's plans for our lives! Read more of this blog post »
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“The Interpreter then began to explain the meaning of the painting. “The man you see in this picture is one in a thousand. He can produce children,36 labor in birth pains,37 and nurse them himself when they are born. And do you see his eyes looking to heaven, the Bible in his hands, and the law of truth on his lips?” Christian nodded, listening intently to the Interpreter’s every word. “This is to show you that his work is to know and expose dark things to sinners, even as you see him standing there pleading with men. “And where you see the world behind him and the crown that hangs over his head, that’s to show you that he despises the things of this world for the love that he has for doing God’s work. He will surely receive his reward in glory.”
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“We don't want to feel less when we have finished a book; we want to feel that new possibilities of being have been opened to us. We don't want to close a book with a sense that life is totally unfair and that there is no light in the darkness; we want to feel that we have been given illumination.”
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John Bunyan
“The Interpreter then began to explain the meaning of the painting. “The man you see in this picture is one in a thousand. He can produce children,36 labor in birth pains,37 and nurse them himself when they are born. And do you see his eyes looking to heaven, the Bible in his hands, and the law of truth on his lips?” Christian nodded, listening intently to the Interpreter’s every word. “This is to show you that his work is to know and expose dark things to sinners, even as you see him standing there pleading with men. “And where you see the world behind him and the crown that hangs over his head, that’s to show you that he despises the things of this world for the love that he has for doing God’s work. He will surely receive his reward in glory.”
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Chanouel Thank you for the friend request! I very much enjoyed The Winter Letter! Thank you for sharing that story with us :)


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Jill Lovely to meet you, Dustan, and thank you for your friendship here on Goodreads.


Carole Gill thank you for adding me. nice to know you


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Karen Tyrrell Thanks Dustin for friending,
Please check out my gutsy true story, Me and Her: A Memoir of Madness,
A Teachers eXposé of parent harassment, mental breakdown & Recovery. How did I reclaim my life?
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Cheers,
Karen :)


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