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 Highlights from Women of Faith Conference-2006
  
Robin McGraw's Big Four Choices to Be the Best You Can Be:
 
1.  Nuture your relationship with Christ every day
 
2.  Choose your own personal truth about what you deserve; (ie. be very careful about whom you marry)
 
3.  Take care of yourself so you can take care of others (we're like bank accounts, and you must make deposits,   not just withdrawals, emotionally, spiritually, physically, etc.)
 
4.  Choose to have an accepting spirit of your spouse, etc.
 
     Robin said her mother died at age 58 because she didn't take care of herself.
 
Marilyn Meberg: God has a Master Plan
 
1.  God loves us
    Eph. 3:18-19
 
When Marilyn had back surgery, she needed her friends "Jesus with skin on".  God's love is shown through people.
 
2.  We are God's masterpiece
     Eph. 2:10- God planned long ago the things we need to do
     God superimposes His plan over ours.
 
     God asks "Do you trust me?"
 
Luci Swindoll: " Remember the moments of joy because life can be disappointing."  They are like little pops!
 
                      Phillipians 4- Be full of joy in the Lord.
 
 
 
Thelma Wells:   "Stop worshipping yourself; Jesus will take care of everything."
 
                           Her mother would say, "There's a ram in every bush."
 
 
Artist: Nichole Nordeman
Song: Legacy
Album: Woven And Spun

[" Woven And Spun " CD]

I don't mind if you've got something nice to say about me
And I enjoy an accolade like the rest
And you can take my picture and hang it in a gallery
Of all the Who's Who's and So-and-So's
That used to be the best at such and such
It wouldn't matter much

I won't lie, it feels alright to see your name in lights
We all need an "Atta boy" or "Atta girl"
But in the end I'd like to hang my hat on more besides
The temporary trappings of this world

I want to leave a legacy
How will they remember me?
Did I choose to love?
Did I point to You enough
To make a mark on things
I want to leave an offering
A child of mercy and grace
Who blessed Your name unapologetically
And leave that kind of legacy

I don't have to look too far or too long awhile
To make a lengthy list of all that I enjoy
It's an accumulating trinket and a treasure pile
Where moth and rust, thieves and such will soon
enough destroy

I want to leave a legacy
How will they remember me?
Did I choose to love?
Did I point to You enough
To make a mark on things
I want to leave an offering
A child of mercy and grace
Who blessed Your name unapologetically
And leave that kind of legacy

Not well-traveled, not well-read
Not well-to-do, or well-bred
Just want to hear instead
Well done, good and faithful one

I want to leave a legacy
How will they remember me?
Did I choose to love?
Did I point to You enough
To make a mark on things
I want to leave an offering
A child of mercy and grace
Who blessed Your name unapologetically
And leave that kind of legacy

I don't mind if you've got something nice to say about me
 
 

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Oct 7, 2006  ( 1 comment )  
10/7/2006
8:29 pm
    
Christina Roper (croper)
This is great, thanks mom!
Oct 8, 2006  ( 1 comment )  
10/8/2006
7:48 am
    
Richard Carr (richard)
Looks great.
 
Can you explain a little more about Robin McGraw's #2 choice "Choose your own personal truth about what you deserve"
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