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The " Great Commission " holds great significance to all followers of Christ. Jesus used commands such as go, teach, baptize,forgive and make disciples. Did Jesus instruct us just to talk a lot, or should we live in a way to make the gospel attractive and desirable? Jesus taught us that good works will cause men to glorify the Father. The Scriptures say in 1st Corinthians 7:16 and 1st Peter 3:1--2 that husbands of unconverted women and wives of unconverted men can win their spouses without talking at all. Are we to put duct tape over our mouths, not speak of the good news and just live Godly lives and everyone will come to Jesus? Tonight ( Wednesday Night ) @ 9:30-10:30 PM on the SOW Show ( Sharing Our Walk) with host John Fougeray we discuss - Do " Actions " Only Speak Louder Than Our Words? Listen " LIVE " and crystal clear on the World Wide Web @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew. The blog can be reached @ twitter,linkedin,googleplus and facebook.com/fougcrew as well. Remember you can listen " LIVE " and interact on the phone by dialing 347-324-5759. The SOW Show - Sharing Our Walk - Wednesday Night - " LIVE BROADCAT " @ 9:30-10:30 PM on The Foug Crew Internet Christian Radio Network - Truth Radio!
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In today’s society, man and woman have strived to become more and more independent by nature. Real Men have grown to understand the need of becoming more educated spiritual, and understanding of his role as head of the household. The only thing lacking is his Bride, His Wife, His mother of his children, His Support, and His Lover. Today we will be discussing the needs of a man from a woman.
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Actions do speak louder than words, for sure. If you follow thepattern, thoughts lead to words and words translate into action.That is unless of course you are a bag of wind and never follow through on anything you say. Kids though get placed on the battlefield of the bully/victim dynamic through their words, and get pressured into taking action.
Hi Angels, Today on blog talk radio we are going to discuss qualities that most women when they hear or see these characteristics in a guy will make a connection in their heart and soul that is more then physical. Talk to you on the show! Terryee and Diane
How far would you go to get what you want?
The idea that you can let go of "want" in order to "have." Everybody who is anybody desires something or someone better. Your willingness to get it will determine how strong or weak you are whenever you get it. And when you do, will it be enough for you~will you want more?
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What are your actions saying about you? Do you ever stop to think about what you are saying when your mouth is closed? We never know whose watching, nor do we know who is listening, but what we know for sure is, we are being heard. Faith speaks! It's time to walk on water. Do what you are afraid to do so that you will no longer be afraid. What will you do? Join the conversation!
Did you complete all of your thoughts? They were good but, like always you didn't "work them out".When are you going to finish something? Thoughts are good but how's about some muscle. Learn how to DO what you've been thinking for a change...SUNDAY 7/28 at 3pm Central...for a change of pace!