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I just wanted to share some of the quotes from the book “Letters To The Church” by Francis Chan. These few paragraphs were quite thought provoking. “Over the past decade, it has been refreshing to see Christians have a greater awareness of people’s thoughts and feelings......this is a good thing.
Proverbs 22:8 NKJV He who sows iniquity will reap sorrow, and the rod of his anger will fail. Have you ever been in a place where you feel like the discipline you provide for your kids is ineffective, or worse, causes greater rebellion? Or that no matter how many times you express the same concern
“Come and hear, all you who fear God, And I will declare what He has done for my soul.” Psalms 66:16 What a glorious day to remember all that He has done for us. Through the hustle and bustle of putting on the finishing touches to your Thanksgiving meal or planning your Black Friday battle s
Wow, I knew it had been awhile since I've been active here but I didn't realize just how long it has been. Time flies when you're having fun is how the cliche goes I believe. Life's been pretty busy with a home remodel project so I just didn't make the time to get here. With that said; how are yo
For much of my life in relationship with Christ I viewed forgiveness as “letting someone off the hook for some evil they committed against me”. I’ve forgiven someone, only to find out I hadn’t actually forgiven them. As I grow in my relationship with God, He gives me more insight as to what it mea
Acts 5:41, “So they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for His name.” What good good words to start off the work week. The apostles rejoiced in their suffering. So should we rejoice when the trials of the week attempt to take your eyes
As you prepare your heart for the week ahead, remember that we can all make a difference to someone. Pray for God to give you an opportunity to love someone you don’t know this week and the strength to be obedient. Share your experience in the comments. #seekhimfirst “Therefore love the stranger, f
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