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  1. Hey there! Thanks for the catch! This post was recently updated and I consolidated it into 5 steps. 🙂 I will make the change in the headline. Have a great day!

  2. Hi Holly! Thank you so much!!! I’m so glad you found it encouraging! I just added the link-back to the post, so yes, I’d love to be featured at Grace & Truth this week. Thank you again! Look forward to seeing it!

  3. This is an excellent post! I REALLY want to feature it tomorrow for our next round of the Grace & Truth link-up but the rules state there needs to be a link-back to one of us hostesses. I don’t see a link-back anywhere, unless I’m totally missing it. I’ll check back later. I adore this post, that’s for sure, good words of gospel truth here!

  4. Hi Dawnita! I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Hungering and thirsting for righteousness comes at a cost, doesn’t it? It means that we must say no to something else in order to have that great fire for God. It also means that we’re longing and searching for more, which of course is not an easy place to live (as you noted). But God tells us that this type of hunger is what brings us to the full and happy life! Praying for you today as you seek that path as well!

  5. Excellent post. This is so important. That “Hunger & thirst for righteousness…” is a special place to be, but it’s not easy.

  6. Hi Susan! Thank you for sharing! I’d agree–spiritual learning can take many forms and doesn’t have to be just about getting “more” Bible studies. I think spiritual growth can come when we honestly ask ourselves, “What do I REALLY need to change?” God is so good to teach us in one-on-one ways–whether through an “official” study or independently.

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