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Good Friday

Death by crucifixion. Disgraceful. Criminal. Lowly. It is fitting that Jesus’ life ends humbly. He didn’t die the death of a storybook hero. His followers were fearful of their lives, so they didn’t hail and cheer for him. Peter, the … Continue reading

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Stomping Out Misery and Regret

I was thinking the other day about all the hurt and pain that people go through in a lifetime.  I can remember experiencing hurt at an early age, and I just never seem to get used to it even in … Continue reading

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Walking in His Light

This week has been a highly anxious week for my family. So today when I went to my devotional book, “Jesus Calling” I realized that my fear was blocking me from walking with the Lord. Psalm 89:15 Blessed are those … Continue reading

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Hope in the Midst of Despair

Ephesians 1:5-9 (The Good News Translation) Because of his love God had already decided that through Jesus Christ he would make us his children—this was his pleasure and purpose. Let us praise God for his glorious grace, for the free … Continue reading

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Understanding Death

I apologize for taking so long to write my blog today. This morning was a typical hectic time for this mom! But I trusted that God would introduce me to some topic on this crazy morning that I could blog … Continue reading

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