Monthly Archives: December 2014

Perfectly conditioned to breathe…

I recently watched an incredible video of the sun, moving forward at 70,000 miles per hour…and all of the planets vortexing (rather than rotating) around it. When I think of how fast and far we’re moving, any given second….perfectly conditioned … Continue reading

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The gleam of glory in our eyes….

When I think of all the hurt man is creating in and around himself (to himself and others) hopelessness and despair begin to clamp around my heart…until I remember the value of the one caught in deception, about themselves and … Continue reading

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The thrill of hope…

The thrill of hope, a weary world rejoices….. The world is weary of trying to measure up…of waking up daily, thinking “What do I need to do today to prove my worth?” What kind of hope would cause a weary … Continue reading

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Hope for a broken heart

Father, before time began you thought of us and knew that we would captivate you for all eternity. When our hearts are broken we feel a sense of rejection and unworthiness. Our imagined secure future (through another source) is suddenly … Continue reading

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Can we disappoint God through tithing? Or anything?

We have all the blessings of heaven right now…in Christ. We were in him before time began and there’s no chance we’re able to tie God’s hands with our tithing performance. He’s already given us everything in His possession. He’s … Continue reading

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Lack?

I think what’s going on with all of our compassionate hearts is that we feel responsible for the outcomes. We’re also looking at ourselves (and the wounded) as lacking something….when Jesus says we lack nothing. Even more than that, we … Continue reading

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How does God look at suicide? And mentally challenged people?

This letter is in response to a woman wondering whether her husband (who committed suicide) will be with the Lord and whether her son can understand enough to accept Him. I believe the Lord understood your husband’s original value, created … Continue reading

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Separation is an illusion

You are not alone in your fear of separation.  It’s an epidemic, resulting from years of well meaning but highly misinformed pulpit speakers.  I hear Paul saying what sin does to destroy lives in this realm.  He’s trying to encourage … Continue reading

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You can trust your heart

You can trust your heart, for it is good.  I believe all of the evil in the world stems from man believing that he has an evil heart.  There’s a lot to be said for the verse “As a man … Continue reading

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Overflowing with the fullness of God

I believe when we’re encouraged to think on things that are good and pure and true, it’s mainly to occupy the space that negative thoughts can consume us with.  Our mind can become overrun with negative images and experiences.  Our minds are not who … Continue reading

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