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  2. I just wanted to share something my fiance' came up with. She is a jewelry designer and has a shop with her daughter. They asked if I had an outlet for some of their items and I told them I would share it with everyone here at CF. So I started them an Etsy Shop account to showcase what they have done. And this is the first items! Check it out and let me know what you think!

    Thanks so much! - Rex

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Take Me In By Catherine Mullins

    Take Me In By Catherine Mullins

    Take Me In By Catherine Mullins​

    About Author

    Bearing Witness to the God of Praise: We worship God for who He is and what He has done. "Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O LORD, my rock and my redeemer." Psalms 19:14
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  1. Pilgrim
    Amen brothers. Christ is ever present in the Old Testament. The LORD was there in the beginning and is the I AM of the Holy Bible, the Word, the Alpha and the Omega. Let us pray that Jesus is ever present in our daily lives and the lives of our brethren in Christ.
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    1. faroukfarouk
      Yes, indeed, A and O, Revelation 1, 'the beginning and the ending'. May He graciously guide us from the start of the year to the end! :)
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  2. faroukfarouk
    There's so much instructive truth to the Tabernacle! Hebrews wonderfully sheds much light on the types and shadows in the Old Testament.
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  3. Ragamuffin7
    "for who He is and what He has done" . . . Amen. I'm heartened by those words. A well-meaning song some decades ago had the skewed words, "not for what You've done, but for who You are". But a great God has indeed done great things, and these footprints lead to the I Am.
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