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    Aida Toledo says:

    No words to discribe the joy and happiness. My 3 time. First time in home town. Love Beth message

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    Maria Nicolau says:

    Once again I’m in awe of Beth. I need to see her at least once a year. She renews my love in Jesus all the time. This time I particularly like the time when she came down to the public and spoke to us face-to-face.

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    Regina says:

    Beautiful! I know these who attended in Fairfax were blessed. If you have never attended a LPL event, it is a wonderful time of praise/worship & hearing God’s Word.

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    Jami Senter says:

    This was such a great weekend! I needed this word and am so grateful I was able to attend. Thank you for coming to Fairfax!

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    Sheryl says:

    WOW! This looks SO POWERFUL! Praying to go see Beth with my best friend/like a Sister in Orlando! I’ve always wanted to see Beth live since right after I got Saved in ’92, so praying very hard for God to work EVERYTHING out so that we can go and be blessed by God through Beth’s message and Travis’s music! Thank you for sharing these video clips of the live conferences, they are so encouraging! May God continue to bless LPM!

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    Rosemary Orlando says:

    Oh my goodness!! My third time attending a Beth Moore conference. I wish I could do it every weekend! SO refreshing and beautiful to be in a large venue with like minded, soulful women who love the Lord! Thank you Beth for your amazing teaching!! <3

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    Kay Minter says:

    It was great! I just loved it. So encouraging to be there with all those women, praising the Lord. I especially loved the message of dining with the Lord. I have been challenged to spend time with God every morning, first thing, and it sets the tone for the day. He loves us so much! Bless you, Beth, for being such a willing instrument in Gods Hand to go and speak and be faithful.

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    Teresa Van de Castle says:

    The Living Proof live conference in Fairfax has left me bewildered and filled at the same time. I had shared with Mr. (my husband) something I wrote months ago about an “event” I had regarding him. After the conference, I asked him what he thought of my writing, he said it was “very telling”. He said my faith ” is way up here” – gesturing with his hand above his head, and that he is second – gesturing lower. He said I’m not the same person he married and that when I changed, my faith went from 0-90 about the time our son was born, 19 years ago. Indeed, that is about the time I recommitted my life to Christ and it has been one adventure after another! He is not interested in going there with me. He also said that he feels like it (my faith) is a huge part of me that I cannot separate…that it is me. So, because of this, because of Jesus, he perceives my relationship with Jesus is above him…Mr. does not want to spend time with me, even though, he says that he does believe in a “higher power”, just not like the way I do. His demeanor was very guarded. Ouch. My heart is broken for him. This is what I wrote him:

    ” There is so much more, yes we will all die and leave this place, but there is more. More that cannot not be imagined in our confined space and time. When my still small voice talks with me inside, it is not me, it is something else, bigger, wiser, more gentle than I am. It is quiet, still, but sometimes loud and clear. Like the time I was struggling to make sense of the turmoil in my life. I heard a sermon on the wheat and the weeds. What I took from that was that I cannot know another person’s heart, only God knows and many times I don’t even know my own heart. I was praying and asking God what to do about my life. As I drove that day, I came to an intersection in Shelby, Va. where the rolling fields open up to the blue majestic mountains. On that day the view took my breath as I pulled off the road to look at the fields that were planted in wheat. I kneeled down and praised God for the beauty and the wisdom around me. The breeze swept over the brown and green wheat and making it dance and sway, softly rustling. The clouds, puffy and white swirling and dancing over the purple mountains standing against the piercing blue sky. When I got back in my car, I cried out what am I to do? And the voice inside me said, as if God was sitting there, “Love him, just love him”. More, yes there is so much more!
    Be with him. He is the one I want to hear, to know, to dive into and experience what he is. Let him out and let him be where he is and while I am with him. While I am with him there is a deep curiosity. What is he and what makes him do that? I love planning those moments with him to find out who he is and to hear him deeply, truly listening to him breath.
    He is free spirit that recoils to anything that might squelch that spirit. He belongs to what he claims to be his and will not be entangled by artificial attachments. He moves through life from one philanthropic activity to another. He is a fixer, a doer and he makes things better. Our life together has been healing expansion of who we are as individuals, living together. He always encouraged me to be independent. I fought this idea, trying to make him everything to me. He would have nothing of it. He has a way of being with me with an intense intimacy that sustains me. Then, disappearing for a day or 2, withdrawing to his own skin for a time. He emerges anew moving ahead on his current project. He forced me to be independent, not understanding his distance, my expectations of him were exposed. He is intense with all his encounters, giving` his life into every situation. He needs to revitalize and fuel up for the next encounter. And he claims me, I am his. We are trees deeply rooted separately with our branches exploding into a large lovely canopy filled with our deepest desires and love for each other. The shade is inviting and cool, but not without holes to let the light and nourishment in from outside. The morning dew drips delicately from our leaves to moisten the ground as the grass reaches up to accept the invitation of the day. Another day filled with expectations of being alive, what will come next?”

    All I have wanted to do is reconcile the distance between us. He did say we can keep the conversation going as he went out the door, rejecting my request to join him. Later he clarified, that he just needed some time alone because I get so “charged up after these conferences”
    This is much harder than I would have ever dreamed. I was feeling pretty well emotionally, ready to tackle my first class, now I’m a blubbering mess, just not sure – Jesus or Mr., why can’t it be Jesus and Mr.? I want Mr. in my life, but my life is ruled by Jesus and Mr. does not like that. What is it? Mr. said I was different now, 26 years later, How am I different:… more aware, fatter? What should I do? Cry. It doesn’t really help, but it relieves the stress. Working today I spent more time being mindfully present with my homebound patients and praising God with them for wellness and recovery. I was blessed by one patient who reported to me that the specialists office liked the way I did their wound care. They like the way I do my wraps and VACS!…. Of course they do! (been at this a long time – 20+ years) That is different. I am more confident, bold and take more personal and professional responsibility by pursuing my MSNEd. Yes, “Ms. Ned”… southern style nerd. So, I was feeling a bit sad for myself with my imagination running amuk. Nothing substantiated, just assumptions of how this was going to go. They key for me was this: “I’d like to jump out of a plane sometime in my life. Humm… I should do that after I finish my Masters. That way, if the chute doesn’t open, I will have at least accomplished something!” I am living like I have time to waste! Then, during my pity party for one, the Lord spoke to my heart again, “Show ME to him”. I sat down to dine with the Lord and asked what would that look like? Love and forgiveness, mercy, unconditional, joyful, grateful pleasure .. in boots… yeah, I like that one. My tears have turned to laughter and Jesus, in spirit, is showing me what it means to share HIS love and pleasure to my Mr. We have “thwarted the plans of the destroyer” once again! Thank you Beth Moore, for the analogy of dining with the LORD – I am a diner, dining at the table with Jesus … and we are having a ball! P. S. I have a date with Mr….. 🙂

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    Dawn says:

    Thank you for a weekend of absolute FEASTING at the Diner! God spoke directly what both my friend and I needed for a revitalized, vibrant walk with the Lord. Thank you for your example of humility and dependence on the One who feeds us perfectly.

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    Jennifer Blackwell says:

    This was my third LPL but by far the most impactful. I came expectant because I know how annointed Beth Moore is but whew! God floored me this time. With serious woundedness I listened as she completely described the condition of my heart. God used this weekend to invite me to let Him back in!!! Dining with Jesus! I needed a Word as I’m sure we all did, even got an opportunity to be face to face with mama Beth!!!! Was also lifted up by Pam from the encourager staff. Floor seats y’all! Thank you for a phenomenal weekend. May God bless the team as they’re headed to the next city!

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    Kathy Kaser says:

    How did you get through the difficult time when your dog Sunny died and then a week or two later your other dog died?? We just had to put our 14 year old shihtzu to sleep a few days ago. We are so heartbroken and such a void in our hearts. We’ll never get over this. We have 2 other dogs and we just have to believe Jesus has our Mitsy and is loving and having fun with her! We will see her again. We love you Beth! God bless you. John and Kathy ❤️

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    Suzanne says:

    Is there any way to purchase the audio of those Fairfax messages? I was there but would love to rehear all that Beth said. It was life-changing.

    Thanks!

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      Media says:

      Hi Suzanne! We’re so glad you were able to join us in Fairfax. While the message isn’t available for purchase, there is a good chance it will be used on our TBN TV Program (“Living Proof with Beth Moore”) sometime in the future. Be on the watch for it there! Blessings!

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    Christy says:

    The thought that Jesus wants to Dine with me — undeserving, failing, me — was a revelation to me. Even though I have been a Christian for a while, it was a fresh whisper to the pit of my soul! I shared that testimony the next night in our new church. We began a new church in January after attending a different church for over half my life. For a few years, I have struggled with belonging, to my church and to the body of Christ. I felt like I wasn’t valued, like I couldn’t do anything within the church because I never did anything right, like I was never heard, like what I did say didn’t matter, and aside from a select few – I felt I wasn’t cared about as a church member nor as a sister in Christ. Last night in my new church, my pastor delivered a sermon based on my testimony and used Revelation 3, specifically 3:20 (which I didn’t share in my testimony). I felt like God said to me during that sermon “See, you DO matter! You ARE heard. You ARE important, You DO have a purpose.” To GOD be the glory!!!!

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