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Wednesday Word: Witnessing with love

Let me first say that this video has my tone of voice ALL OVER IT. This guy, Nate, was on point. Take a listen:

I mean, I ranted about this in my book. The end of the video was a little odd and leaves a mystery yet to be solved as that’s his last video to date.

I already talked about this in my book, like I said.

Nate said it. We should love people. Love the unsaved. That’s it. It really is. Jesus had to do the same thing. Everybody was unsaved and He loved all of us.

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Monday Motivation: Motivate others!

I’m sitting here staring at a blank screen. I was struggling on figuring out what to write about to motivate you. Then I started thinking about how I needed motivation to write, and now here we are.

I’m here to tell you that you need to use today to motivate somebody else.

Use my previous motivations to help spark an idea. Maybe take this opportunity to kinda nudge Harry from accounting that he should try a new look for his hair.

Motivate. Do it.

Go tell someone to be the best they can be. Encourage them to keep up the diet. Push them to finish the project they’ve been putting off.

-DALANEL

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Good Friday 6: One death saves lives

We’ve got one long story for you today. Are you ready?

A story. A girl is dying:

At age 2, Lyndsey was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease which causes mucus to build up in the lungs. Dr. Joshua Sonett, the chief of thoracic surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, treated Lyndsey. In 2011, when he looked at her x-rays, Dr. Sonett said he could see that Lyndsey’s right lung was hugely inflated and that over time, she had lost function in part of her left lung, which contained scar tissue.

“Just imagine is I took 80 percent of your lung away, how you would function,” Dr. Sonett said. “Lyndsey is going to die is she doesn’t get her lung soon.”

And a young man:

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