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By Jamey Lee
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Listen weekly for a fresh message of hope and strength through the power of the gospel. As we realize and become real about our brokenness, we open ourselves up to a higher power that can restore all things. As we reach the end of ourselves we tap into the beginnings of eternity. Visit our web page for more details about who we are and what we do at Jacob's Well in Memphis.
||Stickies: This too shall pass||Job's riches quickly were lost. But his sufferings finally come to an end as well. The things of this world will eventually pass away. Good things will pass, be grateful for what you have, love the one you’re with. Bad things will pass.||28/11/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Stickies: Let go let God||Job Couldn't let go. He was under attack and was doing his best to stand strong. First he came under the attack of the devil but then he was attacked by his friends! Often when we are attacked we resort to trying to have some kind of control.||21/11/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Stickies: Progress not Perfection||Job 4:3-9, 17-21 6:14, 24-30 - When people in recovery talk about progress not perfection it doesn’t mean that people should not try to be the best they can be. But if we always aim for perfection we will consistentl||14/11/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Stickies: Life on Life’s Terms||Job “There once was a man named Job.” This is how writers start parables and history books and biographies and we don’t know if it is fact or fiction. But this we know, it could happen to the best of us and the worst of us. -||31/10/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||When the Wine Runs Out||In John 2:1-12 Jesus graces a wedding at Cana and he showed up at the Tedesco wedding at Jacob's Well. The problem happens in the alcoholic's life when the wine runs out. What is the wine that you are seeking to fill that void within?||24/10/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|