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Newsletter Issue #007 -- Our Friday Feb 10 2023 Newsletter
February 10, 2023

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Friday, Feb. 10, 2023:
CWC Newsletter Issue #007


In This Issue:

~ The latest news in our Good Morning Girls Facebook group.

~ A short devotion about the love between Ruth and her mother in law Naomi.




Latest News In Our Good Morning Girls Facebook Group

This Monday we are starting our sixth week in our 8 week Bible study in Job! We will begin week four Monday morning at 7am with our posts which include the daily scripture reading, SOAK study, reflection questions, and Bible coloring.

Here is a link to this Fridays weekly wrap-up blog post from Courtney>> When God Is Silent

If you have a friend who would like to join us please invite them! We would be happy to have them and even though we have already started the Bible study, they can start any time. Here is the link to our Facebook group sign-up page>> CWC Facebook Group Page



Through Thick And Thin

But Ruth replied, “Don’t urge me to leave you or to turn back from you. Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God.” -Ruth 1:16 (NIV)

Ruth was a Moabite woman that married into an Israelite family. After the death of her husband and the other male leaders in her home, Naomi, her mother-in-law, came to Ruth. Naomi explained that the famine in her homeland had finally ended, and she was going to return.

But Naomi advised both Ruth and her other daughter-in-law to return to their relatives. Though Naomi was a poor widow, she knew the other women were still young enough to remarry and live good lives. She wished them the best and urged them to start over.

Ruth could have left. She could have returned to everything that was familiar to her. But she felt a protective rush for the older woman she had grown to love. So, she spoke kindly and reassured her mother-in-law, promising to stay by her side.

When everyone else was willing to give up on Naomi, Ruth stuck with her. It’s easy to be faithful to someone in good times—when there’s more than enough to eat, when there are job promotions and positive pregnancy tests.

But it’s much harder to be loyal when it feels like everything is falling apart—there’s a new medical bill to add to the stack, a job loss, or yet another painful rejection. But just like He saw Ruth, God sees your faithfulness. He sees you right where you are, and your story isn’t over yet.

God, help me to be a faithful friend and a loyal companion. Even when things aren’t going right, You’re still holding onto me. In Jesus’ name, Amen.



I hope you have an amazing week ahead!

Grace and peace,

Alicia



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