Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Necessary Dependency

We were created to depend on each other, and to depend upon God. If we have convinced ourselves that needing help is a sign of weakness, and that there is something wrong in the asking, will we ever honestly, earnestly, heartily, and expectantly come before the Lord in prayer? Continue reading

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Beautiful but Meaningless

Style without substance, no matter how beautiful, will always leave you wanting for more. And this goes for your relationship with God as well. Continue reading

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Strength in the Lord

When you consider the “breadth and length and height and depth… the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge,” such a love will fill you with joy; joy overflowing into the lives of those around you. Keep your eyes on Jesus, keep your mind on his love, his grace, his mercy; and let that be the foundation of yours. Continue reading

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Flotsam, Jetsam, and Grace

“And, Lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age” (Matthew 28:20) This last week I’ve had several opportunities to roll up my sleeves and help out those whose homes were hit hardest by the recent … Continue reading

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