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Most people have goals. Some really work at them, some just dream about them. Maybe the latter figure they don't have a chance, so they don't want to try and fail. Or maybe they don't pick their goals wisely to begin with.
A friend of mine, named Debbie, had a goal that was really important to her. She wanted to be a cheerleader when she went to high school the next year. She started practicing months ahead. She learned how to lead all the school cheers, and she worked out on the trampoline.
And she prayed. Meaning, in her case, she asked God for His help. When school started and the cheerleader tryouts drew close, she prayed a lot harder.
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Looking for Health in the Right Place
MELVIN A. HURWICK
The Circle of Unending Life
MADELINE KEENE WOOD
You Have What It Takes!
J. THOMAS BOGGS
Sorrow Can Be Healed-Quickly
Elizabeth Louise Pitney
Are You Knowing the Truth or Believing a Lie?
ELAINE S. BERMAN
The Real Elizabeth
Jane D. McCloskey
Helen M. Leadbeater
Back to Toowoomba
Mildred D. Johnson
How Truth Routs Error
Geoffrey J. Barratt
To Prove Our Strength
One day at school it was time for me to go to band practice
David Cline with contributions from Gwendolyn Hobson
From the time my brother first got his new gym bar we were...
Wendy Oliver with contributions from Patricia E. Oliver