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  1. Dear Pastor Jim,
    Thank you so much got the study in Samuel on Sauls life and trajectory for Christians today. You’ve help me to be more focus on praying for people that God has strategically placed.
    Not pointing a finger without one pointing back, (because it does), there’s a leader who seems to have gotten lost in her own press releases, both genuine and manufactured such that the people who serve under her are in such a lowly state in spirit, hoping beyond hope that she will change; that will see her “covered CHRISTIAN action” are not loving and self-ingratiating. Like Saul, it seems that she’s seriously lost her way. But, that’s where the hope of redemption comes in. There’s always room for recovery (repentance).
    I’ve learned from the broadcast that while I may not like it and desperately want it to change, I have to wait patiently and prayerfully for God’s Will to be manifested. While we can easily read a story in the Bible and be fine with the notion that an answer to prayer may have taken some time, it’s harder to have to live through it.
    Thank you for helping me see this concept through a biblical lense and to be able to live with the end in mind: all things work together for good to those who are called according to His purpose.
    Vanessa Nichols

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