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Chronic Illness Devotions Emotional Health The Overcomer Life Uncategorized

Staying Afloat

A lot of times, one of the hardest things is to stay afloat. To keep from drowning in our circumstances. This is one of the things that unites us at Gracefully Overcoming. Because it doesn’t matter if it is finances, faith, or fatigue from chronic illness, we are all trying to stay afloat. We are […]

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Devotions Godly Living Stepping into 1 Corinthians Truth in Trials

Abundant God + New Study

God is the God of abundance! He makes a way, even when there seems to be no way. Lately, I have felt empty. I am house confined right now. And, it’s hard. Some days my health allows me to open our window’s blinds to see things like sunshine, birds, and small children at play. Some days, it […]

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*Secret Glimpses Devotions Diving Into Corinthians

Who Are We Living For? {Diving Into The Corinthians}

This week, we have been studying 1 Corinthians 3. I have loved every moment of it. While it isn’t always easy to stop distractions for Bible study, it is always worth it! Let’s get started, shall we? Grab your Corinthians journal, Bible, notebook – whatever you need. Brothers and sisters, I couldn’t speak to you as people […]

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Characteristics of God Chronic Illness Devotions Diving Into Corinthians Emotional Health Journal The Overcomer Life Trusting Jesus

God: My Provider

I have been reading and writing out one particular chapter of the Bible lately. I cry the whole way through, as I write it out. In church on Sunday, literally, that was my actions. While the pastor preached on Isaiah, I wrote and cried through a Psalm {which is a result of God moving, because […]

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POTF {Titus // Tim}

Week 2 – He Has Saved Us! {POTF}

Hi friends! Welcome to a new week of our Pressing On Toward Faithfulness study. I am glad you are here. If you check out our study’s page and compare it with our schedule, it will become apparent that we are a bit behind. Yes, we are. Currently, I am three blog posts behind. Most bloggers would […]