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164. I'm Too Busy For That!

Suebiquitous Podcast

Release Date: 10/27/2023

179. Carol McLeod: A Voice of Hope show art 179. Carol McLeod: A Voice of Hope

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Carol McLeod’s 17th book, "Overflowing: Living Abundantly in a Broken Culture", inspires readers to embrace a life of abundance and joy, regardless of their current circumstances. Filled with biblical wisdom, practical advice, and personal stories, this seven-week study of the book of Colossians helps readers shift their perspectives in order to live a life filled with purpose and joy. According to Carol, “Every generation has been invited to live fully and enthusiastically in Christ, despite the lies and brokenness of their culture.” This episode takes a divine leap when host Sue...

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The stakes are high when it comes to travel, safety and putting yourself out there on the road. Sue Duffield, along with her husband Jeff, start off this episode with a little update on the hard price of traveling the highways, the bi-ways and the oh-so-crazy ways of unforseen circumstances. Being t-boned at an intersection not long after falling on the pavement at the post office, put a little apprehension into Sue's style of always being confident and jovial. But yet, somehow she seems to find her "ground" again (in a good way!), and is very thankful that her recent debacles weren't a whole...

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175. How's Your Balance? show art 175. How's Your Balance?

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173. Setting the Atmosphere for God to Work show art 173. Setting the Atmosphere for God to Work

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After receiving an email from a woman who described her difficulties with her husband, her finances and her whole disposition, Sue Duffield (host) reads on to see how much God made a difference in this woman's life after a recent church service setting where little was spoken about marriage, finances or even depresion. It may come to a surprise to some worship leaders, Christian singers and even pastors - whatever YOU think might work in a worship service or church event to inspire, doesn't always change lives. In fact, it's quite certain that the Holy Spirit (if given room) will do more for...

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170. Scattered, Covered and Smothered show art 170. Scattered, Covered and Smothered

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Sue Duffield's experience with Waffle House is such a fun and meaningful encounter - almost like church! Are you "scattered, covered and smothered?" The thought here is, she surely hopes you are! When we ask God to forgive us, His forgiveness comes not because we say, “I will do better”, but only on the basis of what Jesus did on the cross. No matter how awful we've been, the blood of Jesus is ENOUGH to cleanse, purify and save you...kind of like scattering your sin, covering your heart and smothering you with His goodness! God, the Father sent Jesus to suffer, bleed and die so that He can...

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Host Sue Duffield is presented with the question often, "Aren’t you just too busy? How do you do all the travel, the conferences, the podcasts (4), recording, the followup with events - let alone spend quality time with those you love, etc. etc.?"

And to that she usually responds, "I dunno." But her gauge is always IF she's too busy doing what she loves or feels called to do, and IF she falls into anyone of those five definitive categories mentioned in this episode, then maybe it IS time to take a good look at the difference between busyness and productivity. 

Take time to reflect, rejuvenate and even resusitate yourself if you have to, but always be aware that if you're doing way too much, your body and your LORD will always tell you!

Sue discusses five key points that are almost full-proof if you feel like you're doing WAY too much. If your relationship with God suffers at the expense of you going non-stop, then that's the only proof you need to know.  It's time to do something about it.

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