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Having peace in your NET time is Dwan’s focus in this episode of Business by the Book. In fact, Dwan explains “NET time” as “no extra time.” Also, she highlights the topic of fear according to 1 Peter 3:18. Next, she compares today’s culture and society using scripture as the baseline. Most importantly, she emphasizes the importance of having peace and how to have it in your life.
In closing, Dwan thanks you for listening. Also, she would appreciate it if you would take time to leave a five star review and share this podcast with someone it could help.
Thank you to Dante Gibson for listening on iTunes and leaving the following 5 star review:
A great podcast, both insightful and versatile. Thank you Dwan Bent-Twyford. Recommended!!
:51 Dwan welcomes you.
1:30 Dwan shares what Bible she uses for Business by the Book and today’s topic: Fear.
2:26 Dwan talks about gender identity.
3:12 Dwan talks about sharing our opinions in today’s culture.
4:00 Dwan reads 1 Peter 3:8-15.
6:21 Dwan highlights “net time” (no extra time).
7:31 Dwan reads the verse again.
9:25 Dwan explains fearing as saved vs. unsaved.
10:56 Dwan talks about believing in Jesus and being conservative in today’s society.
12:06 Dwan talks about people pleasing vs. pleasing God.
13:42 Dwan highlights a fearful respect for God.
14:00 Dwan explains how simple it is to invite the Lord into your life.
15:00 Dwan explains how her life has changed since her relationship with Jesus.
15:36 Dwan emphasizes the importance of having peace.
16:46 Dwan explains when you stand before Jesus.
17:45 Dwan explains how forgiveness works and the importance of not taking advantage.
19:52 Dwan talks about seeking peace.
20:30 Dwan explains what happens when you stand up for the right thing.
21:32 Dwan summarizes 1 Peter 3:18.
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