Tag Archives: God’s Glory

Shine like the Sun

Today’s reflection is based upon the readings from Matthew 17:1-13. Just a few days after Jesus predicted his death to his disciples for the first time, the Transfiguration occurred.  Peter, James and John would all witness the amazing event together.  … Continue reading

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Increase God, Decrease Me

“Just sit there and be quiet.  Don’t speak.  I will handle everything.  It will be better if you just listen since I know most of the information,” says God. Humility comes into play.  As you sit and listen, and desperately … Continue reading

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Glory Amidst Pain

John 9:1-3As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man who had been born blind. 2 His disciples asked him, “Teacher, whose sin caused him to be born blind? Was it his own or his parents’ sin?”3 Jesus answered, “His blindness has … Continue reading

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Running for Glory

As I finished up my morning run on the beach, I felt the cool sweat dribbling down my face. The grit from the sand was evident on my forehead as I wiped the sweat from my brow. It was a … Continue reading

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Seeing God’s Glory in the Midst of Evil

Do you ever wonder why bad things seem to happen around a big event in your life? I am always the first to say that when something big is happening in God’s name, evil always tries its best to divert … Continue reading

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