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All the links for our show for Monday, 11th February 2019!
Interesting things we talked about:
It is Marriage week here at Rhema and we are celebrating all things romantic. Wives, do you agree that there is nothing sweeter than coming home to a husband helping with the laundry and seeing a nicely folded stack of clothes? Amen! Although for some couples equal domestic duties may not be the case. We found this crazy article here about a loving gesture turned funky...
The "Rhema Breakfast Break Buster":
We dared ourselves to match For King and Country's 7min challenge and the results were entertaining! In a two-song break so approximately seven minutes we had to see what we could do or how far away from the studio we could get and be back in time to make sure there was no 'dead air'. Dan got himself a long black from the local, Joy baked a chocolate mud mug-cake and Producer Kat sprinted to the Portuguese bakery 'Nata' to bring back some brigadeiro, tarts and fudge. Dan ran had plenty of time to spare, Joy came back with a minute or two, and Kat well- she tried- but came back 10 secs late! Good thing the team had it sussed- so we had a 66 percent success rate. This has left us with a hunger to get back in the game and have all three of us back next time! Plus we were sent so many ideas from listeners (and we welcome more) so it would be rude not to try some more of them right?
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Did you know that bees are budding mathematicians? Well that might be an overstatement, but studies have found that these clever insects not only know how to make honey but can be taught how to add and subtract and a thing or two. Read more here about this interesting study. Isn't God's creation just marvellous!?!
Your Rhema Verse of the Day:
Join Our 7-Day Devotional: Who Do You Put Your Trust In?
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Scripture: “I have been young, and now am old, yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken or his children begging for bread. He is ever lending generously, and his children become a blessing.” From Psalm 37:25-26
Devotional: We serve a God who abundantly provides for us everything we could ever need. But if we compare 'everything we need' to what the world tells us we need, or what the world says success/wealth is... we may find ourselves losing our trust in God.
A large part of trusting God in the area of provision is aligning your desires with his. Trust that he will provide the absolute best life you can live. Whether or not he provides abundantly in the eyes of the world, does not matter
Stop looking to the world for examples of what your life should look like and seek his will above all else. Look to loving him and being loved by him as the best thing in life and all else will fall into place.
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