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4 ways to know if you are compatible -you are best friends -your friends love you together -you have fun together -you feel safe talking about anything with them










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Meseret Yirga yesterday in the middle of it all - walls, ceilings, stairs! By summer this will be a fully operational dance centre. Its not to late to buy a brick!




Is feeling weak physically, mentally, or spiritually something you struggle with in your life? Come hear today's sermon where we will hear how we can trust in His strength.




Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know 📖Jeremiah 33: 3(NIV) First seek the kingdom of God and believe in Him. Call unto your Almighty Father and He will give you enormous Wisdom and knowledge.




As Scripture says, "Anyone who believes in Him will never be put to shame." (Romans 10:11)







These are the people who truly want the best for you ... keep them close
















Keeping a gratitude diary for this year’s Davos. Thankful for my Gulfstream and . Without heroes and humility the synergies of the globalized economy will evaporate under the pressures of global warming. Cooler heads must prevail!



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'You can't build trust. It's a result of things you do, like being truthful, reliable, transparent etc. It's not a doing thing. You can't 'do' . However what you can do, easily and quickly, is lose trust.'









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I am wide awake thinking about our love and all we have. How special it is to have something like this. The trust. The understanding. The strenght to work on our relationship no matter what happens.

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“It is difficult for man to enter into the Providence of God. There are permissiveness, will, and Providence of God.
Permissiveness - when God gives freedom to a person. Then the person does what he wants.
When the will of God works, a person does what God commands. The will of God always brings good.
The providence of God rules: it accomplishes the permissiveness sometimes, and sometimes the will. When you can’t solve the problem and don’t know what to do, trust the Providence of God and don’t think about anything else.

~St. Gabriel (Urgebadze)

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Opening Up.

It’s scary, opening up. I think that’s why I do it so little. Every time I let go even an ounce of how I’m feeling to anyone I know, I regret it instantly. I wish that small part of me was not something I shared because it leaves me vulnerable to them. I then have to trust them completely with what I have just told and honestly, they people I open up to aren’t people I should trust. I know this because, every time a friend comes to them with an issue, they speak about it openly with me. Yes, because they trust me but it wasn’t their secret to begin with. I won’t tell anyone, but they’ve already broken that promise to the first person. Who is to say that they do not do the same for me?


When things got particularly bad for me, I got drunk by myself, met up with some friends and then told them everything that had happened to me. I didn’t mean to, but as we know, alcohol is not exactly our friend. I remember the look of shock on both of their faces when I divulged the deepest secret I held and how I was feeling, and even whilst drunk I knew that they were pitying me. They didn’t realise just how bad I was, or what had happened to me was. The next day, we pretended as if nothing happened. But now, I will always know that I told them things I never wanted to share. They have a part of me now that I can never take back, and they could always use against me. Of course, I don’t think that they would, but putting that faith in someone not to share what makes you most vulnerable is terrifying. 


I wish I was more accepting in opening up to them. After all, friends are there to share your burdens. A problem shared, is a problem halved. But sometimes it truly doesn’t feel that way. Instead, a problem shared is doubled because then you have to worry about them telling other people, or worse, judging you for it. 


I realise now that I need to work on my trust issues. I can’t go on bottling up everything that I am feeling. It’s not healthy, and it is completely breaking me. I feel so alone. 

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The Attitude of Prayer (Part 1 of 2)
How do we make prayer a regular practice? How do we continue trusting God when He doesn’t seem to answer? Join us on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg takes a closer look at this foundational aspect of Christian life.