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Power of Encouragement

I rejoiced greatly in the Lord that at last you renewed your concern for me. Philippians 4:10

Encouragement means more than you can realize. Years ago a man in his 80’s said to me, “Pastor, I pray for you every night.” Paul rightly says in this section he doesn’t need anything, but several times he thanks the Philippians for their support. God provided Paul’s needs as he does yours and mine, but he often does that through the support and encouragement of others. Reach out today and let someone know you and encourage them. It might be just what they need! Praise God who has built us into such a family. (And pray for your pastors. It means more than you can know.)


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