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Theme of the Week: Owning Your Emotions
Thursday, May 29, 2014

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Key Bible Verse: Share each other's burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ. (Galatians 6:2)

Dig Deeper: 1 Thessalonians 2:7-12

Guys are okay sharing their emotions when they are totally invested in something and when they are in a world they know and can navigate. For many men, sports are comfortable, and so men are safe to show their emotions. Passion is expected, and tears are acceptable ...

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Prayer for the Week
Lord, you designed emotions, and they are a good thing. Please help me to keep my emotions in proper balance, and let them be a catalyst for loving you and those around me.

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mark mcclendon

June 01, 2014  4:44am

I echo with the dads out there. I am so greatful that my son has a sensitive and caring side for Adults in nursing homes. I want to encourage him to do more of that. I have always had a heart for the less fortunate and I thank God at almost 50 yrs old I still do today. Lord may I be able to share my emotional side with my wife as well. Amen

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Curt Schleicher

May 29, 2014  8:21am

i am so thankful that i am so honored @ my daughter's wedding this afternoon to give a toast. i will keep it short as requested, but i also intend to express emotion on this day as well as to be honorable to Karin & Brad. Lord, provide me with your strength & wisdom to accomplish both both in what i intend to say. May my words be balanced in content. Convey enough emotion & yet express myself clearly. Yet to know when enough is enough. Like right now. Much thanks for the reminder. In Jesus name, Amen.

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ANTHONY Swaggerty

May 29, 2014  6:19am

Amen to that word, my nephew's joy today of graduating high school. Such a joy for him and the family. This word is something I will share with him as I hope it enlightens him to be brave in the world. Thanks M.O.I. Anthony

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