The Summer Of The Crucible

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  1. I saw myself in your words. I have found that we tend to migrate toward others that have similar hearts, hearts that yearn for God, and yet struggle inwardly because we know that we are not what we want to be.
    My current battle has to do with leaders of bible studies I attend that do not seem to care about this word they hold in their hand. I think I care. I do not want to be them. I want to walk this earth like Elijah, and in these few years I have left I want to burn brightly. I believe we are doing what we were called to do, and yet I sense there is more.

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