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  1. Orlanda Burrows says:

    from i was a child i was fighting no mother no father at the age of 4 i was sexuly abuse by my brother all of my life it was a fight am about to turn 45 and i still feel like am not complete am save now .but am still not happy.what is your advice

    • Steve Fuller says:

      Thank you for your honesty.

      You are complete — in Christ.

      But seeing that, and experiencing that, is a lifetime endeavor.

      So press into Christ, using prayer and the Word of God. Join in with your church, worshiping and loving and serving.

      Read more posts I’ve written here, and other resources that are based in Scripture.

      Jesus will fill you, satisfy you, and richly bless you — no matter what your past.

      In Christ,

      Steve Fuller

  2. stalin says:

    I would like to read Jesus words every Saturday.

    Praise the lord

  3. I found this blog today the Lord gave me aword today on seeking employment been out of work for11months he gave verse8,9,10, of luke11be persistance obedience to what his word says do it he will open doors.Blessing to all.

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