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Don't DO Something

Sometimes, acting is absolutely, positively the wrong thing to do. Despite our natural desire to fix, plan, or complain, what we really need to do is nothing. Check out my latest post in the Pentateuch Series at Exemplify to hear about one such incident in the book of Exodus. See what can happen If You Will Only Be Still.

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1 comment:

  1. Joanne,

    I'm heading over to read the post at Exemplify, but I wanted to share that your intro reminded me of a saying I've heard before... Many say, "Well, don't just stand there, DO something." God might be heard to say, "Well, don't just do something, STAND there!"

    Psalm 46:10 is one of my faves... Be still and know that I am God!



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