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Fran Lafferty

Fran Lafferty

I shall yet learn, and grow beyond the immaturity of adulthood. I shall again laugh, and learn the wisdom of a child.

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Jul 20

Good morning, Father!
Thank you for helping me get so very much done these last few days, and not get all bent out of shape when I was extremely limited on what I could do. I figure you were just using the temporary limitations to guide me to work on certain things, and leave others alone. As it was, I got 14 new interactive wordsearch puzzles done in a couple days. I think my peeps will like them! 🙂

 
1 Corinthians 10:23-31 ERV

“All things are allowed,” you say. But not all things are good. “All things are allowed.” But some things don’t help anyone. 
Try to do what is good for others, not just what is good for yourselves. 
Eat any meat that is sold in the meat market. Don’t ask questions about it to see if it is something you think is wrong to eat.
You can eat it, “because the earth and everything in it belong to the Lord.” 
Someone who is not a believer might invite you to eat with them. If you want to go, then eat anything that is put before you. Don’t ask questions to see if it is something you think is wrong to eat. 
But if someone tells you, “That food was offered to idols,” then don’t eat it. That’s because some people think it is wrong, and it might cause a problem for the person who told you that. 
I don’t mean that you think it is wrong. But the other person might think it is wrong. That’s the only reason not to eat it. My own freedom should not be judged by what another person thinks. 
I eat the meal with thankfulness. So I don’t want to be criticized because of something I thank God for. 
So if you eat, or if you drink, or if you do anything, do it for the glory of God.

 

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