Conversations | Edition Six

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Continuing our weekly conversations . . .
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The deal: Each Thursday, we announce a question of the week. We seek to ask questions that spark interesting conversations, whether it simply be about books, traditions, spiritual disciplines, more theological matters, or anything related to life in general. You can join in our conversations two ways:
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1. Leave a comment with your thoughts!
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2. Or, if you prefer, post an answer on your own blog and leave us a link to your post so we can comment and add to the conversation. If you post on your own blog, you are welcome to use the picture above as long as you link back to us somewhere in your post.
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This week's question . . .

Monday's article this week was on how small things changed the world. We'd love to hear your examples of this - have you ever done something you thought insignificant that brought much bigger results? Or, whether or not you can see the results - because often we can't - we'd love to hear examples of small blessings and faithfulness from your lives!
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Comments

  1. Well, yesterday Dad asked me to stop by and visit an elderly lady from our church who is pretty much housebound now. To be honest, I really didn't want to go visit some person I hardly knew; I just wanted to do what I wanted when I had the van. Out of respect for my Dad, I said I would go. Then as I did my evening devotions, I read about being completely surrendered to Christ in EVERYTHING I do. God spoke to my heart and I realized I need to change my attitude about visiting her. So this morning I thought about something that I could do that would make my visit a little more special. My eyes fell on a little book called "5 minute Flower Arrangements" . "That's it!" I thought. So I went out to the garden and gathered a bouquet of flowers to take to her. It still wasn't easy for me to walk up to her door, give her the flowers, and just chit chat for a few minutes, but I know that I brightened up her morning and encouraged her a little bit. I found out that she had been in the hospital a few days and it made me all the more glad I stopped by. I can't exactly say what kind of impact that visit will have. In my eyes: not much; but I am leaving it to the Lord. I did it for Him anyways.

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  2. i am reading a book called Do Hard Things. it was really good and it talked about small hard things that seem insignificant but can really do a lot... so i was just telling you about this. in fact, i found out about Bloom! from the book. its by Alex and Brett Harris.
    thanks

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