(Joshua 3:1-17)
1. Do you feel stuck in a situation (health, family, career, financial, faith etc)?
2. What Conditions are you up against?
Rev @NickKorir
#Devotional Image
3.The Jordan River presents us an image of various conditions we sometimes need to deal with in life:
• The HUSH Condition: some situations demand that we ‘Stand Still’
• The GUSH Condition:some situations demand that we ‘Step Out’
• The RUSH Condition:some situations demand
4. What is God asking you to do today?
5. Stand Still in Patience? Step Out in Faith? Soak In his Presence?

“God is just as interested in the journey, as He is the destination”
Rev @nickkkorir

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A word from Rev. @NickKorir as we prepare to conclude our 40-day fast tomorrow:

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#40DaysOfPrayer #RaisingTheFlag #GrowingDeepToReachWide

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God declares the same to us today: to you personally; and to this Nation:
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When Scars Speak

Many of us despise our scars and spend much of our lives hiding them because they seem unattractive, an oddity.
However, some are proud of their scars; because they speak of courage & show others what they’ve endured.
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John 20:19b-20
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Jesus didn’t need to have scars on his resurrected body. His body could have been perfect, unblemished, unscarred.

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