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Excerpts From 101 Dates With God

November 2018


Excerpts From 101 Dates With God
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101 Dates With God will be released on Amazon this Thanksgiving. Pre-sale is happening now for Kindle. 101 practical exploits dedicated to deepening the most important relationship of your life, the one you have with God. If dating God seems sacrilegious just imagine how he feels about your Sunday morning “spiritual” one night stands. It’s time to take your intimacy to a higher level.

Faith Frontier

Back when our nation was founded, courageous men, women, and children traveled West to settle the land, expand the nation, and in turn, they found gold. The western frontier is still representative of a ‘wild’ and dangerous place. In the realm of faith, the same is true.

The faith frontier is a wild and excited place that may look scary from time to time but is ultimately the place of great treasure-gold! Taking stock of what it means to extend the frontiers of your faith in your family, household, business, and ministry, we have to saddle up in the spirit and go after God.

To Cowboy Up is to be tougher or more resilient in the face of difficult circumstances. It can also mean to prepare to act on something about to immediately occur. To Cowboy Up by faith means to strengthen our faith, or become more resilient in our faith, in the face of any circumstance. Doing so means letting God be God in our lives. The ‘let go, and let God’ mentality is very necessary in the faith frontier.

As you seek to grow closer to God, saddle up in faith, by pushing the limits of your belief, or trust, in God.

ACTION: Consider something your need to use your faith for (settling a debt, believing for a unsaved relative, healing, or believing the word of knowledge God put in your heart, for example) and make a decision to saddle up with God.


Lisa Noël Babbage

Lisa Noel Babbage is a author, teacher, and patriot who is dedicated to rebuilding communities through philanthropy and activism.


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