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November 19, 2021

A Menu of God’s Work…

Put off the old. Put on the new. To get the new, you have to repent. John the Baptist said to repent and make the crooked roads in your heart straight to be able to receive Jesus Christ in your heart...
November 29, 2021

God’s Perfect Zone, His Boundaries of Hunger and Fullness

This season, we are going to really focus on studying Christ and being careful to stay in God's perfect boundaries! I love the Zone of God’s hunger and fullness and His boundaries! To be free the rest of your life of your will that is outside of God’s will…you have no more guilt, no more worries...
November 30, 2021

Waiting and Temptation—The Example of Christ

The Christmas season is an even deeper time to focus on the example of Christ. We want to be like Christ in Matthew 4:1-4 and when we are tempted, answer satan with, “Man does not live on bread alone, but on the will of God”...
December 1, 2021

Ending the Cycle by Stopping the Gimmicks

God is using Weigh Down to bring His people back home. But it takes focus on that one thing, staying in His boundaries of hunger and fullness. The people who are losing weight are dropping the distractions, stopping the dieting and ending the gimmicks. They are waiting for true stomach hunger, and when it comes, they are getting what God is leading—no more gimmicks with the food or dieting...
December 2, 2021

There is a New Life Waiting for You!

This world is not special, for it will pass away—however, the man who does the will of the Father will live forever.(I John 2:17) That is special! You think food or alcohol or lust or fortune are special? Is it special to go eat? No, it is not special. Food is not special. God and His Spirit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, and self-control is special...
December 9, 2021

It Does Not Take “Will Power”

A second wrong path people take with feelings of guilt is projection is so common. This second path is not calloused over—they sin and then feel the guilt—but instead of repenting, they blame everyone else near them for their plight...