Esther Fleece

Esther Fleece

Esther Fleece
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No More Faking Fine

No More Faking Fine

I am second

I am second

No More Faking Fine

No More Faking Fine, by Esther Fleece, unmasks the suppressed truth that God meets us right where we are, and not where we pretend to be.

While God will never forget or abandon us, at times we will feel forgotten. It’s not that God is distant; it’s just that sometimes He feels distant. It’s not that God is preoccupied; it’s just that our struggles make us feel like we’re facing the world alone. What is amazing is that we are given<a href="http://www.faithgateway.com/reminding-god-to-remember/" title="Read more" >...</a>

While God will never forget or abandon us, at times we will feel forgotten. It’s not that God is distant; it’s just that sometimes He feels distant. It’s not that God is preoccupied; it’s just that our struggles make us feel like we’re facing the world alone. What is amazing is that we are given<a href="http://www.faithgateway.com/reminding-god-to-remember/" title="Read more" >...</a>

In Ancient Hebrew tradition, if a man suspected his wife was cheating but had no proof, he could bring her to the High Priest, present a jealousy offering, and subject his wife to a strange ceremony that was meant to determine her guilt or innocence. Yep, we’re talking potions and prayers and weird rituals to determine guilt, over proof and witnesses. <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING THE DEVOTION>>

In Ancient Hebrew tradition, if a man suspected his wife was cheating but had no proof, he could bring her to the High Priest, present a jealousy offering, and subject his wife to a strange ceremony that was meant to determine her guilt or innocence. Yep, we’re talking potions and prayers and weird rituals to determine guilt, over proof and witnesses. <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING THE DEVOTION>>