Tag Archives: suffering

Don’t Judge Before You Walk in Their Shoes

Don’t judge others until you have walked in their shoes. I admit it. I am sorry. I have judged you. I have found myself jumping to conclusions about your choices. When you have missed something, or came late to an … 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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Can You Really Give it All to God?

Do you believe? I mean do you REALLY believe? Many times I have found myself asking God for help, but really I just want to do it on my own, in my own time, my own way. I pray for … Continue reading

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Devilish Pride

Yesterday, I blogged on God and Satan from the book of Job. Some great questions arose from this reflection. One reader questioned, “Why is God surprised by Satan’s visit? Why does God point out specifically His servant Job to Satan?” … Continue reading

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How Do You Handle Pain?

As I held my seizing child in my arms, I realized for the first time that God was in charge. I had no control. Kate had been seizing for over 25 minutes. The ambulance was lost and couldn’t locate my … Continue reading

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