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Learning to live a victorious life now, In Christ. My guest tonight is Lisa Mendenhall..... Lisa Mendenhall lives in Smackover, Arkansas with her husband of over 30 years, Chris. She has 4 grown children who also love the Lord. As a teacher of the Word, Lisa, believes that she has a responsibility to use her God-given gift to teach those who have a desire to live victorious in Christ how to do so. She believes in order to live victoriously, one must get to know God and His character. His character is love. Therefore, Lisa has a heart-desire to bring people to a greater understanding of God’s love. Her teachings explain that when His love is activated IN His children, it will motivate them to give just as His love motivated Him to give ‘His only begotten Son', Jesus, to the world. God’s wisdom does not always flow with the world's system of wisdom and His Word says, ‘my people perish for lack of knowledge’ . Lisa states, “During meditation one day, I heard the word ‘winnows’. With great curiosity, I learned it to mean, ‘ To separate the chaff from (grain) by means of a current of air. To rid of undesirable parts. To separate or get rid of (an undesirable part); eliminate: winnowing out the errors in logic. …separate grain from chaff…separate the good from the bad…examine closely in order to separate the good from the bad; sift…’ (www.dictionary.com) “This study gave me direction and focus for my teaching. God had placed a longing in my heart to teach the body of Christ how to separate from carnal thinking and rid themselves of old ways that hinder their Spiritual growth. I desire to see them live victoriously, by the 'higher ways’ of God’s wisdom.” 'Weekly Wisdom Winnows' Copyright 2008 © Lisa Mendenhall. 'Weekly Wisdom Winnows' articles may be found at http://www.liveasif.org/ 2) 'Weekly Wisdom Winnows'
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