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The Living Water

John 4:13-14 Jesus replied, “Anyone who drinks this water will soon become thirsty again. But those who drink the water I give will never be thirsty again. It becomes a fresh, bubbling spring within them, giving them eternal life. It was noon, the other women drew their water in the morning and evening, she knew […]

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Something NEW!

Isaiah 43:19 For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland. Happy New Year! I LOVE A NEW YEAR!! It is so exciting to hear everyone talk about their New Year […]

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Born Again…

Below you will note an excerpt from the words written “In memory of Grandma” by my friend, co-worker, and sister in Christ. She was born on November 11, 1920. She was born again by the Spirit of God around 1936, and she has lived for Him as He has lived in her every day since. […]

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Stop Asking Jesus Into Your Heart

Relax…this is only the title of a book I just finished by J.D. Greear.  I must admit I am so thankful someone wrote a book that unpacks every worry and concern I’ve ever had regarding salvation and what that looks like in the lives of born-again believers. The author breaks down how he never had […]

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Live with Urgency

I am currently teaching a women’s Bible study on Sunday nights, and as I was studying this past week, something I knew so well stopped me in my tracks.  I was pouring over Scripture and history, and the fact that the New Testament writers viewed Christ’s return as imminent settled into my heart.  This belief […]

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Resurrection Power

It’s Holy Week and in a few more days many of us will gather in worship to give praise to our risen Savior!  My biggest burden, some will understand the gravity of resurrection Sunday and others will merely claim they understand.  I don’t stand in judgment to their blindness, but as one with a broken […]

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Following His Lead

Yesterday, I saw The Adjustment Bureau featuring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt.  I was surprised by an answer Anthony Mackie’s, an “adjuster” (and “angel” of sorts) in the movie, character made in response to Damon’s character.  When Damon asked Mackie why he cared and inquired about his “emotions,” Mackie’s response, loosely paraphrased, was:  “we have […]

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The Living Dead…in “Books a Million”?

She walked right in front of me….a 16 or 17 year old dressed as the “living” dead.  It was actually kind of eerie because the bullet really appeared to have penetrated her head, splattering blood across her face and leaving an open “wound.”  Her face was pale (from the makeup), and she wore a dress that […]

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Encounter Jesus Christ

Following a good rain, the atmosphere seems different, doesn’t it? The ground is still wet…raindrops linger on the trees…there is a sense of cleansing and newness ushered in for the earth. Does making choices, feeling disappointment or incurring loss overwhelm you? Maybe your heart is emotionally drained…in need of direction and peace. Perhaps you need […]

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Signs of Hope

Laura phoned the number she saw on a bumper sticker as she drove on the highway.  “Thank you for calling for spiritual assistance. My name is Shelly. How may I assist you today?” I answered. She stated that she was having a bad day and thought that she’d “give Jesus a try.”  (She actually had […]

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