What could you NOT live without?

WANTSNEEDSWhat could you not live without? (eg, if God asked you to give up “X”, what would you not be willing to surrender to God?)

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Lori Rodriguez shares her insights and life experiences to MOPS groups as an International Mentor Mom and a young mom’s Bible study leader. A mother herself, Lori has a stepdaughter and two more daughters—all grown up. She and her husband, Juan attend Rolling Hills Covenant Church in California and love playing with their two granddaughters, Isa-“Bella” 4, and Betty 3, along with their Jack Russell “Terror,” Wilbur.


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Comments

  1. Bruce R. Kuzma says

    In all my years, being a military brat, veteran, and nomad. I have learned not to be materialistic, nor place my treasure where it can be robbed. Therefore, doing without has been my lifestyle because every time I try to succeed at something, Satan, has always found away to take all that I have. Whereby, my faith in God has carried me through all of my hardships. Thanks be to God, Merry Christmas, Yahweh!

  2. Loran Yunevich says

    Some like Bruce, I am a military vetern and have been to places that the people had to surive with a lot less then us Americans have too. I learned to do without a lot of stuff. I now consider all material things as stuff. I believe that there is nothing I would not be willing to give up if God asked me too. My children are saved by God’s grace as well as my wife. We are not afraid of lossing anything as we have all we need in Christ. Stuff is something than just collects dust. What I would be willing to give up is my selfish and sinful way. Again Thanks be to God through my Lord Jesus Christ. Merry Chroistmas.

  3. twpeck says

    This is not a trite answer, but I could not live without Christ. I was saved when I was 37 years old and my life was a wreck – inside and outside. In those storms I would grasp at whatever I could to hold onto for relief, but Christ provide calm inside because what happens outside no longer is important. He is my rock and my anchor and when I live for Him, the storms are just a sprinkling rain.

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