41 minutes | Aug 7th 2020

Is there a reason God is keeping me poor?

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The Value of Your Mindset

Kim thinks maybe God is using her as an example of having to be totally dependent on Him. I’m pretty confident our mindset and expectation are more powerful factors than God’s desire to micromanage us.

Episode #738 August 07, 2020

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