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Revive Our Hearts  Calling women to freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness in Christ. #ReviveOurHearts

"Our joy in sacrificing for others directly correlates to our dependence on God as our sustenance. It is no coincidence that Paul informs us that God loves a cheerful giver in 2 Corinthians 9:7 and then reminds us that God is able to abundantly supply our needs in verse 8." @kelseyapark

Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work. | 2 Corinthians 9:7-8⠀

Read "Moldy Jam and Our Call to Hospitality" on the #TrueWomanBlog 🍁 Link in bio!

"What a difference it would make if we started each morning not only worshipping the Lord and meeting Him in prayer and His Word, but establishing from the very beginning of the day that He has full rights to our lives. ⠀

He has earned it, dear one. The guilt-to-grace-to-gratitude model is not only in keeping with a biblical theology and lifestyle, it is crucial to our joy. Surviving on God's undeserved mercy but rarely being floored at the majesty of this eternal transformation He has accomplished in us is incompatible with abundant life. If we are to bloom and flourish as children of God in this harsh and suffocating culture—shining like 'lights in the world' (Phil. 2:15)—we must pour ourselves out as a drink offering before the Lord. Only then will we 'take hold of that which is truly life' (1 Tim. 6:19). ⠀

It's not our stuff, it's His. ⠀
It's not our house, it's His. ⠀
It's not our place to make demands and call the shots. It's His. ⠀

And when we learn to be grateful for that, we free ourselves to rest our full weight on the only sure thing this world has to offer. ⠀
Gratefully trust Him with everything." ⠀
@nancydemoss in #ChoosingGratitude

We're kicking off Thanksgiving week with a #ChoosingGratitude giveaway! ⠀

Three copies of this gratitude-inspiring book by @nancydemoss are up for grabs! ⠀

Here's how to enter: ⠀

🍁Make sure you're following us—and you can give @nancydemoss a follow, too! ⠀

🍁Tag 2 friends you're over-the-moon grateful for! ⠀

This giveaway ends Wednesday, at 9:00 a.m. ET! (We're hoping to drop them in the mail before the Thanksgiving holiday!) Three of you will be randomly selected to win a copy of #ChoosingGratitude. ⠀
The winners must live in the U.S. or Canada to win the gift. (Sincerest apologies to our international friends!) ⠀

Tap the link in our bio to learn more about "Choosing Gratitude: Your Journey to Joy." ⠀

Elizabeth sang for joy. Mary sang with expectation. The angels sang as an act of worship.⠀
This Christmas, we invite you to join the chorus.⠀

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth's new, 31-day Advent devotional, "The First Songs of Christmas," will help turn your heart toward our wonderful Savior. And to help you savor the Advent season in community, we are launching a corresponding blog! The experience begins December 1. ⠀

Today is the last day to order "The First Songs of Christmas" with a guaranteed arrival date before December 1! ⠀

Tap the link in our bio to request your copy for a gift of any amount! #ROHadvent

"Thankful people are refreshing, life-giving springs, while unthankful people pull others down with them into the stagnant pools of their selfish, demanding, unhappy ways." @nancydemoss in #ChoosingGratitude

"This I know: Without God, I am nothing but a heap of tears and regrets, but because of the cross I am forgiven. Completely, forever forgiven!⠀

As I follow God daily and seek out His Truth, I can fend off the lies of enemy and keep on walking in freedom. I’m not perfect and I never will be, but because of Jesus my sins (the old ones and the new ones) are removed as far as the east is from the west (Psalm 103:12).⠀

I seek to live my life every day as He would have me live it—not because I could ever be good enough, but because He is the One who knows all the answers, makes no mistakes, and perfectly loves the sinner that I am. He did it all. His blood is enough. He is my everything. And He provides freedom over my sin, guilt, and regret.⠀

Those truths that are true for me are true for you, too!⠀

You have not out-sinned God’s ability to forgive you, and shame is never a place our Father wants you to live."⠀

@kim_jaggers

Read the rest of Kim's post on the #TrueWomanBlog! Link in bio.

This Advent, we invite you to step away from the noise, to be alone with Jesus, and to unwrap the wonder of His birth. ⠀

"The First Songs of Christmas" is a brand-new Advent devotional written by @nancydemoss! For 31 days, you'll unpack the the songs of Elizabeth, Mary, Zechariah, Simeon, and the angels . . . this is the first band of Christmas carolers, the first ones to declare Christ’s arrival through song. As you study the daily reading, our prayer is that your heart would burst into song, too! ⠀

We're also inviting you to explore this Advent study in community—so we've created a unique blog experience that will complement the devotional, starting December 1! Like the daily Advent calendar you may have loved as a child, The First Songs of Christmas Blog will deliver a daily dose of wonder throughout the Christmas season. ⠀

Will you unwrap the wonder with us? ⠀

Visit the link in our bio to order your devotional, to sign up for the blog emails, to download gorgeous Christmas lock screens, and to get all the festive details of this Advent experience! ⠀

🌲 PS: This is a busy time of year at the post office! Make sure to request your copy of "The First Songs of Christmas" by November 17 to ensure delivery before December 1. 🌲 #ROHadvent

On the #ROHpodcast, we've kicked off a series that runs through Christmas—and it's exactly what we need to turn our eyes to Jesus, our Savior. ⠀

In "The Wonder of His Name: 32 Life-Changing Names of Jesus," @nancydemoss is unpacking the glorious meaning behind 32 different names of Jesus. ⠀

Here's why studying these names truly matters: ⠀

"As we study these wonderful names of Jesus, we want to learn more about Jesus, about who He is. We want to 'consider Jesus' as the author of Hebrews tells us to do. We want to look at His splendor, His deity, His humanity, and many, many facets of His character and His work on our behalf.⠀

But we don’t want to just learn more about Jesus. We want to get to know Jesus personally. I don’t want this study to be just textbook or theory for us, not just theology, but theology on fire in our hearts to bring us to a point of a deeper, more intimate relationship with Jesus.⠀

The more we know Jesus will lead us to greater worship and adoration, admiration, and gratitude for who He is and what He means to us.⠀

As we get to know Him better, it will also bring us to a place of greater humility, right? Because how can you look at Jesus who is so wonderful, so awesome, so amazing and still think that we are amazing. I mean, it puts us in our rightful place to see who He is compared to who we are.⠀

But also, I love the fact that He lifts us up. He came to lift us out of our sin, to rescue us from ourselves. So it gives us a sense of confidence as we find ourselves to be in Christ.⠀

As we behold the Savior, something amazing happens. We become more like Him. We take on His likeness as we behold His glory 2 Corinthians 3:18 says. We are transformed, transfigured into the same image from glory to glory. So we want to steadfastly gaze upon Christ and that gaze over these next weeks will be transformational." @nancydemoss

It's not too late to start listening! Join us on the #ReviveOurHeartsApp or at reviveourhearts.com —> Link in bio!

Join us this Advent season, and explore the heavenly melodies of the songs of Christ's birth. ⠀

Written to help your heart sing in this season, "The First Songs of Christmas" is a 31-day devotional and blog experience created to turn your heart toward the birth of the Savior. ⠀

Order your copy of "The First Songs of Christmas" by Saturday, November 17, to ensure its arrival by December 1! ⠀

To get all the festive details, tap the link in our bio! #ROHadvent

“There is life in His name.
There is peace in His name.
There is grace in His name.
There is wholeness in His name.
There is healing in His name.
Whatever you need is found in the name of Jesus.” @nancydemoss
Catch up on the current #ROHpodcast series, The Wonder of His Name: 32 Life-Changing Names of Jesus. Tap the link in our bio to listen!

#ROHadvent Giveaway! ⠀

We're giving away 10 copies of "The First Songs of Christmas" by @nancydemoss to 10 of you! ❤️⠀

How do you enter the giveaway? It's easy, friends! ⠀⠀
🌲Make sure you're following us! ⠀
🌲Comment and tag 2 friends. ⠀⠀
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That's it! This giveaway ends Monday, November 12, at 11:59 a.m. ET! The winner must live in the U.S. or Canada to win the gift. (Sincerest apologies to our international friends!) ⠀⠀
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Learn more about this year's Advent devotional 🌲Tap the link in our bio! ⠀

"Regardless of what our emotions or our circumstances may tell us, God’s Word says, 'My grace is sufficient for you.' Most of us are familiar with that verse. But, when it comes to the circumstances and trials of our lives, few of us really believe it. What we really believe is . . . ⠀

• 'I can't take one more sleepless night with this sick child.'⠀
• 'I can't continue in this marriage.'⠀
• 'I can't bear to be hurt one more time by my mother-in-law.'⠀
• 'I can't go on with three teenagers and a mother with dementia living in our home.' ⠀
• 'I just can't take any more.' ⠀


However, whether we choose to believe it or not, if we are God's children, the Truth is that His grace really is sufficient for us. That's assuming, of course, that we haven't taken on ourselves responsibilities He never intended us to carry. If the burden is God-given, we can go on by His grace. His grace is sufficient for every moment, every circumstance, every detail, every need, and every failure of our lives." @nancydemoss in #LiesWomenBelieve

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