Sunday, December 16, 2018

Happy Sunday reader!

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Special Note to our Readers

If you tried to click the "read more" link at the bottom of yesterday's newsletter but received a 404 error instead, that is because our system had a bad-hair day. So we are sending out the correct newsletter today and inviting you to read the brand new content. (The newsletter you received yesterday will be resent next Tuesday along with the missing blog content.)

And if you'll kindly reply to this email with "free gift" written in the body of the email, we'll be happy to send you a free gift for your trouble - an e-book version of Janet's latest book, "Contagious Courage: Your 30-day Journey to Overcoming Stress and Anxiety."

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Janet's Words of Inspiration

In God's care success has no deadline; greatness has no limit.

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What's Been Happening

There was a loud buzz on a recent Monday afternoon in the lobby of the Marriott Hotel in Orlando. About 1,500 attendees were exiting with suitcase in hand and expectations in their heart. The John Maxwell speaker/coaching training just ended. And His team, no doubt, equipped these folks with knowledge, strategies, information, methods, and tons of inspiration.

Way, way inside of me is a burning desire to attend such training. And when I asked God about that, He said, “In my timing and in my way.”

Don’t you just love it when God gives you the answer? Sometimes He says “no,” sometimes He says, “yes,” and sometimes He says, “not yet.”

So my challenge to you is to ask you: what do you do while you wait for His answer?

Here’s to the joy that fills your heart while in the waiting room of faith.

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May I pray for you?

Thank you Rick, Joan, Jean, Greg, Bob, Sue, and all of you who sent requests. I diligently pray for each one. Please send your requests here.

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Video for the Week

Forgiveness: What affects our mind, our emotions, our success, our relationships, and our health? The answer has to do with forgiveness. Here’s a 2-minute video to watch:

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Janet's Latest Blog Post

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Five ways to deal with changes.

The other day, I followed our daily routine. I headed upstairs, stuck my head in the doorway of hubby’s office. “Ready for a walk?” As usual, he sighed, leaned back on his desk chair and gave me the answer. “Yep, could use the break.” We stepped outside and to our delight, the humidity had lifted after the downpour an hour …

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