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“Ezekiel prophesied to dry bones; through the power of God he breathed new life into bones so dead they were all dried out. There may be areas in your life that feel like a graveyard, too; dreams that are so dead that even your thoughts towards them have become lifeless. But what if you made the shift—the “graveyard shift”—and began to think higher thoughts and began to speak life-giving words? What if, while standing in the graveyard, you began to speak of what you can see in the garden? Every dead end in your life has the potential to become a new beginning.”

Steven Furtick

3 thoughts on “The Graveyard Shift

  1. Thanks for sharing this Pip!
    Those words have challenged me to pray about things in my life again , where my hope has been lost. – Encouraging words 💕

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