Monthly Archives: January 2011

When Discouragement Invades

A Repost from 2009. It is imperative that we recall God’s goodness to us throughout our lives. Otherwise we’ll focus on the negatives, on the negatives in life, on the negatives in our current situation. When we are discouraged, our … Continue reading

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Busy Service For Christ Keeping Us From Living Like Jesus?

There are many people–children, women, and men . . . who are being abused, and mistreated–oppressed all around us. We can all prayerfully do something for those who are oppressed. Right now, my heart is focused on those who are … Continue reading

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Extending Grace . . . A Culture of Grace.

This is from Chris Rice’s Reconcilers Blog. I thought it important enough to link to. There are so many people who can say things much better than me. Do read it and ingest it for your benefit. Blessings to you. … Continue reading

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Waiting Around For God

Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the wilderness and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. Exodus 3:1 I think of Moses … Continue reading

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You’re In My Jurisdiction

In Tattoos On The Heart (one of my recent most favorite non-fiction books), Father Greg Boyle tells the story of  shirtless Junior, who’d, with beer in hand, greet Father Greg everyone morning when Father went into work. One day, Father … Continue reading

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