Monthly Archives: January 2010

A short thought on what it means to follow Jesus: Will Willimon

I am a sick girl today, can barely type. So, I’ll post a thought that I got from the Peculiar Prophet’s blog… William Willimon: Isn’t it interesting that Jesus did not say, “talk about me,” he said, “walk with me.” He … Continue reading

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3rd Sunday After Epiphany: Are You Functioning Like You Were Created To In The Body of Christ?

Homily From  I Corinthians 12:12-27. The city of Corinth was a major player in the Greco-Roman empire. It was a center of commerce. You could find every type of religion there. The city was full of wealthy people although the … Continue reading

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The Expansive and Consuming Love of God – Even in Death

“and to know this love surpasses knowledge–that you may be filled to the fullness of God.” Ephesians 3:19 Have you tasted and savored the love that surpasses knowledge? Imagine that you are standing on the shore, gazing at the beautiful … Continue reading

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Forgotten By God? Lonely? Feeling Imprisoned?

“The chief cupbearer, however, did not remember Joseph, he forgot him.” Genesis (40:23) After Joseph’s brothers sold him into slavery, he was put into prison because of Potiphar’s lustful and lying wife (Genesis 37:28, 39:20). Sometime later, the Lord enabled … Continue reading

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The Death of a Dream – God’s Pruning – Trusting God

“No good thing does he withold from those whose walk is blameless.” Psalm 84:11 It is excruciating to stand by helplessly and watch as God casts the beautiful branch of our dreams into the fire. Pain envelops us as we … Continue reading

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