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Letting Go, Learning to Fly and Loving Unconditionally

By Missy Eversole / June 18, 2020 /
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Letting Go I am now the proud parent of a high school graduate. Originally scheduled for May 17th, Grant was finally able to switch the tassel from right to left this past Sunday. Thanks to COVID, instead of sitting in an air-conditioned church sanctuary, we sat in the church parking lot in our cars. Instead…

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A Cheerful Look Brings Joy to the Heart

By Missy Eversole / April 7, 2020 /
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It was in the middle of last week when I knew that I needed a significant change in attitude. Standing on our deck, dressed in oversized black sweats, a baggy t-shirt with an oversized gray cardigan and sunglasses to block out the sun; my look matched my attitude. Dull and gray. I didn’t even bother…

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Be Watchful! The Enemy Loves Seeing Our Fear!

By Missy Eversole / March 31, 2020 /
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A thought occurred to me late last week. The enemy loves every minute of this. Take a minute and think about it. Being confined to our homes causes tension among family members, resulting in some hurtful words exchanged. We have not set foot in our churches for three weeks, and worship is now in our…

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Do You Trust God?

By Missy Eversole / January 29, 2020 /
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Do you trust God? Seriously, do you trust God? I know that is a weird question to start this blog post off with, but it’s a question that I have been struggling with. Because I have realized that there are times when I don’t trust God. Let Go and Let God The phrase “let go…

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You Are Fearfully and Wonderfully Made!

By Missy Eversole / October 16, 2019 /
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This past August, the movie “Overcomer” was released in theaters. Produced by the Kendrick brothers, this box office hit was a powerful reminder of who we are in Christ. My identity on this earth is nothing compared to my identity in heaven. To go along with these theatrical releases, the Kendrick brothers release Bible studies…

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Anxiety Got the Best of Me!

By Missy Eversole / October 9, 2019 /
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Last week, the deer hunting in Illinois officially began. Half of our household headed two hours south to the family farm to try their luck at filling our freezer with meat. Before heading out for the morning, my husband usually texts me to let me know that they are heading out and would text me…

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The Soothing Sound of Traffic

By Missy Eversole / August 27, 2019 /
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This past weekend, I was at a much needed 24-hour Silence and Solitude Retreat. Over the next few weeks, I will be writing about some of the things that I discovered about myself and God, but today I want to focus on the weather, traffic and leaning on the Lord – believe it or not,…

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What is Stealing Your Joy?

By Missy Eversole / June 18, 2019 /
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At the end of February, with the encouragement of my husband and a big shove from the Holy Spirit, I applied to be part of the Proverbs 31 Ministry Online Bible Studies (OBS) team. P31 has been an integral part of my walk in Christ for many years, beginning with the First 5 app. The…

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Lessons from a Whitewashed Hospital Room

By Missy Eversole / May 31, 2019 /

*Tomorrow, June 1, is the 2nd anniversary of Connor’s surgery. I wrote this devotion last year on the first anniversary but didn’t feel called to share it at that time. Lessons from a Whitewashed Hospital Room “Mom, I can’t do this anymore!” Connor moaned with immense pain. Standing by his hospital bed and tightly holding…

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Be Still and Know – Psalm 46:10

By Missy Eversole / January 22, 2019 /

Be Still and Know I am sure that you have seen the popular verse of Psalm 46:10 on t-shirts, pens, and Bible covers. If an item can be monogrammed or decorated, this verse is on it. It’s a comforting verse that, whether we are going through a personal hardship or a catastrophic world event, we can cling…

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