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The Struggle is Real

The struggle is real.. The Apostle Paul knew a little about what it was like to struggle. In fact here in 2 Corinthians Chapter 11 we are given some insights to his struggle: -Five times the Jews gave him thirty-nine lashes -Three times he was beaten with rods -He was stoned once -Three times shipwrecked -Endured […]

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Cast Your Cares Upon Him

Did y’all know? HE will never let us be shaken!!! Psalm 55:22 Cast your cares on the Lord and he will sustain you; he will never let the righteous be shaken. That’s just what the WORD says! I’ve started a new job after 12 years of being planted in the comforts of what felt more […]

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Tears and Oil

Luke 7:36-50 The Pharisee invited Jesus over for dinner. A sinful woman from town heard He was going to be there, so she came with an alabaster jar of perfume oil. As Jesus spoke to the Pharisee, the woman’s tears wet Jesus feet. She wiped them with her hair, kissed His feet then poured perfumed oil on them. […]

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Christian Heritage

These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts.  Impress them on your children  talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Deuteronomy 6: 6-7 ….teach them to your children and to their children after them.  Deuteronomy 4; 9b […]

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Winter Blahs

Winter blahs…..ugh! I experience them every winter from the time all Christmas decorations are packed away until the first blooms of spring! February is especially difficult for me. My mom passed away last February and my late husband’s birthday falls in this month as well. Then right smack in the middle of the month is […]

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Life’s Not Fair

There are two quotes that I attribute to my mother.   “No one will ever love you like your mother.”  “Life’s not fair.” We learn that life isn’t fair at an early age.  Other kids have cooler toys, name brand clothes, nicer cars, go on vacations, have better jobs, no health issues, family problems – oh […]

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Brave Faith

~Trusting God with who He says YOU are~ I’ve had this whole Holy initiative (we’ll call it) hit me like a ton of bricks! Sort of out of nowhere and sort of NOT. You understand how some things you know to be true and then there are some things that you KNOW to be true! […]

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New Mercies

I love new journals with fresh white pages. I love new calendars with empty squares to fill in.  I love mornings.  I love fresh starts.  I love January 1.  There is just something about “new”.  The new year brings new hopes, new goals, new challenges and new excitement. I don’t know what your 2016 was […]

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Christmas Is About Forgiveness

For many people, Christmas is a difficult time.  Whether we are missing loved ones who are now celebrating with Jesus, dealing with the results of divorce or separation, or fighting the memories of a painful childhood.  We can acknowledge the difficulty and the pain without allowing it to consume our moments and our days and […]

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Emmanuel

I am loving everything about this Christmas.  My presents are all purchased, wrapped and under the tree.  I have two precious grand-gifts, with the third one due ANY DAY – literally.  My husband and I decided to buy three gifts per person – specifically representing gold (want), frankincense (spirit) and myrrh (body).  We had so […]

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