His Encouragement Series

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Every Thursday a wonderful group of bloggers share Bible passages and little discussions filled with hope and encouragement. Below are my contributions. May the Lord uplift and bless you this day!

“This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.”
— Psalm 118:24, ESV

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Be sure to also visit my fellow bloggers and read their encouragement for your Thursday as well:

Hi there, blogger. Would you like to join us in sharing encouragement from the Word of God every Thursday? Don’t be shy! Contact Trisha or Nicole today!


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