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Sabra

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Sabra Dyas
Evenings 7pm – 10pm

Sabra has a passion for teaching and preaching the Word of God, both here at KCWN and through her organization Main Street Ministries.  You can contact her at:

MAINSTREET@MSMINISTRY.ORG

Sabra also has a video blog called Break Time where she shares a daily word of hope and encouragement from God’s Word.

Some fun things to know about Sabra:

Best thing about living in Central Iowa?
Best thing about living in Central Iowa is the friends I have made over the last six years.

Favorite memory from early in your radio career?

Well I have only done radio for the last two months so I am quite novice. However so far I am learning I pronounce things wrong but it’s funny.

You walk into the studio every day and hope you get to….what?

I Think for me I want to give hope to others. I want to inspire others and so it gives back to me knowing I am serving.

Be a proud parent for a moment.  Tell us about your kids.

Cliff and I have four children.  Our oldest is a daughter and she is married and lives in Kentucky. She owns her salon and enjoys being a hair stylists and she is very good.   The second is a son who lives in Illinois with his wife and they have two children and they both are serving in ministry.  The third is a son who lives in Illinois with his wife and they have two children and one on the way and they are in ministry as well. Then we have our youngest one’ a daughter who is 15 and a real gift to the world just like her siblings!

How does your spouse complete you

He seems to finish my sentences anymore. He also knows what I need even before I ask and has an amazing way of meeting my needs.  

If you weren’t an on-air personality you would probably be doing what

Sitting by the beach writing another book.

You have a, very rare, opportunity to do nothing but what makes you happiest.  What do you do?

I love spending time with family and travelling. I love talking and meeting new people. My all time favorite is to talk about the Lord with others and marvel at the way He meets with them.

Which of these three do you do most?  Read a book, watch TV or listen to music?

Probably read a book. 

Who is a worse driver, you or your spouse?

By far my spouse he seems to be adding ten to the speed limit lately.

What’s the best part of church for you…worship, preaching or pot lucks

Hmmm I like the preaching and hearing a new truth.

 

 

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He’s Got Your Back
"Declare them guilty, O God! Let their intrigues be their downfall. Banish them for their many sins, for they have rebelled against youH." Psalm 5:10

David now cries out to God for Him to punish the guilty, and his desire is for them to be banished. Haven’t we all been there, wanting God to say to the guilty… "Guilty"! We all know people who have hurt us in some way and desire for God’s judgment to be on them.
When we allow God to be the judge, we can be set free from the pressures of trying to get even. We no longer carry around the burden of allowing their ways to control ours. We may suffer the consequences of their sin, but it does not own us. It no longer controls how we respond, because we know that God has us in His hands.
Imagine being freed from allowing the consequences of the sin of others to control our thoughts and actions. Remember, there is nothing that the Lord does not see or know and take comfort that we are being taken care of by His ways. His ways are higher, and in times of persecution, there is something greater going on other than the current situation. Persecution is temporary, but the pain of the process will grow us into the leaders God has called us to be. Hold on tightly to knowing the truth instead of getting caught up in the enemy’s ploy of destruction for our lives. God is with us, and He has the greater plan.

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