Thursday, December 13, 2018

Happy Thursday reader!

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Audio Message of the Week:  What will tomorrow bring? Fear comes when we ask that question. But it doesn’t to have to be so; not if we listen to God’s reassuring words.

Grab a cup of coffee, get comfortable, and for this hour let inspiration sooth your heart. In this segment of my radio show Sweet Talk With Janet and Heather, you’ll learn what God says when fear barges in: (1) how He expects us to react, (2) when and how He shows His strength and (3) how you can exchange your fear for faith.

Leave behind the craziness of this world and find the calming voice from God’s Word through THIS LINK.

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It’s my birthday month and I’m doing a bit of extra celebrating because my publisher decided to launch the pocket size version of my book, Simply Salsa (for now it’s only in the Spanish version).

And soon I’ll announce the special price of the English version only for you my dear, faithful friends.

Here’s one of my favorite comments about its content: “I was devastated, nothing or no one could help me. But someone gave me a copy of your book, Simply Salsa. I sobbed as I read it because God spoke to me through your writing. For the first time in a long time I felt hope and began to live again.” Sandy M.

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 This Weeks Challenge Question

Where was Paul when he wrote the book of Philippians? Choose the correct answer from these three and email it to me via my contact page (janetperezeckles.com//contact) for a chance to win a $10 gift certificate for Chick Fil A (U.S. residents only please).

• On his way to Corinth?

• On a ship?

• In jail?

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Praying for You

Many are going through tough times. I commit to pray for any of your requests. Please send them HERE.

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Caregiver Guilt: Confessions of a Walking Glue Stick

Continuing on in our special October filled with guest bloggers, I invite you to enjoy a writing from Dr. Linda Cobourn. It will stir your heart, bring fresh inspiration to your day. October 13, 2017 Forgiveness is a sticky subject. Letting go is a difficult thing. And forgiving oneself seems nearly impossible. But Linda gives a fresh perspective of the …

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