But I Don't Want To Be Needy
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But I Don't Want To Be Needy

Many of us have a fear of appearing "needy", but there is great value in being able to admit we have need, even if we have survived a long time without that need being met.

Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46-52), lived his life, begging by the roadside.  He was blind and recognized his "need" for others to help him survive within the basics of life.  But then someone walked by who could meet a need that no one else could.  Bartimaeus would have to admit his need and ask for his sight.  But that wasn't hard for him to do, always having recognized he needed, AND DESERVED to have these needs met.

Join Jenny and Tina as they go through this scripture and look at the value of recognizing and admitting need, while remaining clear about the difference between that intention, and appearing "NEEDY".

More info on the "Circle of Courage" can be found at:  https://starr.org/circle-of-courage/

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