Tag Archives: grace

Burning the Word

Which is worse, to hear the word and throw it into the fire, or to simply stop listening to the word at all?  Continue reading

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At Home in the Brokenness

There is a beauty in brokenness; a grace found here that is rare elsewhere. No one asks to be broken, and yet it is only in our brokenness that we truly come to see and know the extent of God’s grace and mercy towards us. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Suffering

He that loves you with an infinite, unchanging love, is leading you by his Spirit and providence. He knows every stone, every thorn in your path. Jesus knows your way. Continue reading

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Do This

When Jesus said, “Do this in remembrance of me” what He just talking about eating and drinking? If Christ was broken for the salvation of his people, and we are called to follow Him, shall we not be broken also in remembrance of Him? Continue reading

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Save the Paper!!!

Yet when we were wasted by the world, still dead in our trespasses and sins, God set His love upon us in Christ… Continue reading

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Our Common Salvation

There is nothing common or everyday about our salvation. It is the glorious gospel of God’s redeeming work for His beloved in Jesus Christ. Paul talks about the height and breadth and depth of God’s love for us, the mystery of the gospel of Salvation – surely no common stuff! Continue reading

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Pickin’ Up the Accent

I tend to pick up whatever accent I’m around, so I hope not to come home with a deep southern drawl. Still, there is an accent I’d love to use every day. Continue reading

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