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March 2018

Hope even for the Hopeless

  Have you ever lost hope?  Most of you probably will know this passage by heart, once I start it: We know that in all things God....works for the good of those who love him. (Romans 8:28).  Were you able to finish the passage on your own? Perhaps you feel it is an overly used passage.  Perhaps that is true, but that does not take away its power.  I am sure this passage has been used in countless counseling sessions.  And, I am sure many who have...

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Seeing with Eyes of Faith

  How is your vision?  Do you have 20/20?  No, I am not going to check.  No, I am not going to play that nagging person in your life who is here to remind you... "You need to go to the doctor!!!" We were reading a devotion to our children the other day and a question was asked, "Do you like your ability to see or hear more?" Knowing how loud it can get in our house or in our cars or at the store or...just about anywhere we are with our...

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A Letter

  Dear New Self, How could you?! I feel like you have betrayed me! We used to be friends. We used to hang out.  We used to enjoy one another.  How could you have changed so much!? I was always there for you.  Don't you remember all the fun we used to have together?! Remember when we did those fun things together and you didn't feel so guilty?  Don't you want to go back to that?  Wouldn't it be so much better to do what you want,...

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Power in a Whisper

Have you ever asked God for a grand gesture?  "God, I will trust in you IF..."  "God, I will believe in you IF..."  "God I will follow you IF..." You are not alone.  Even some of the "heroes" of faith wanted proof from God.  I think of the story of Elijah.  God had already showed him his Grand Gesture...remember the show down with the false prophets of Baal and how God sent fire from heaven to destroy the...

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Don't Worry! God's Got Ya!

Growing up, I was naive to think it would go away...or at least get better.  I told myself it would get better if I ever struggled. My parents must have had it so much easier.  They didn't have school work and the pressure to get good grades.  They didn't have the added pressure of being good at a sport or trying to have friends and be cool.  I tried to fool myself to think it would all get better. Now that I am so much wiser (well, at least so much...

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