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    • Petra	Audrey

      Words of Wisdom Words of Wisdom Words of Wisdom cool

    • Char Loula

      God's plans for your life far exceed the circumstances of your day....need to remember this, especially after yesterday!

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    • Nicole Duffy

      It's not about how you plan your life, it's about God's will for you

    • Kelsey Rolen

      Need this as a DAILY reminder!

    • Jane Butler

      Need to remember this more often... (Words of Wisdom ~ "'For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.'" ~Jer. 29:11)

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