Do you struggle to love your kids, your spouse, your family & friends deeply? Are you hesitant to let others in to know you better and be closer to you? Boy, can I relate. But there’s hope for us. Continue reading
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Tagged abuse, affection, closeness, Father's love, genuine love, healing, intimacy, love one another, motherhood, neglect, parenting, relationships
To keep me from becoming conceited because of these surpassingly great revelations, there was given me a thorn in my flesh, a messenger of Satan, to torment me. Three times I pleaded with the Lord to take it away from … Continue reading
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Tagged faith in struggles, faith-filled living, living by faith, struggles, suffering, thorns, weakness
The same amazing grace that saved us stoops down to us in the everyday, teaching us how to live as we eagerly wait for Him to appear and take us Home.
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As I went to tuck in my girls at bedtime one evening when they were younger, I found two pairs of my clothes on the floor–clothes that they had sorted through and put on after having promised to return them … Continue reading
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Tagged comparison, competition, contentment, ego, envy, fellowship, friendship, God's glory, God's will, identity, living by faith, personality, pleasing God, pleasing others, pride, relationships, service, spiritual gifts, unity
It was my 1st grade year, and the 1st time my singing talent was discovered. Fortunate for me, as I shook in my boots all the way to center stage, the lights blinded me to the point that I couldn’t … Continue reading
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While I always want to be gracefully bold as a Christian, telling others about Jesus, encouraging, teaching, admonishing as He leads me…more than anything I long to pray to God with this kind of freedom and confidence. Not because I’m worthy, but because He is. Not because more prayer makes me feel more holy, but because I desire to know the Holy of Holies.
Posted in confession, confidence, faith, faith-filled living, freedom, grace, power, prayer
Tagged Charles Spurgeon, devotional, Ephesians 3:12, power, prayer life, Strengthen my Spirit by Charles Spurgeon, throne of grace
After years of being given over to a guilt complex, LauraLee shares the lyrics and the Truth that helped set her free…Got Guilt?
It’s Word-Filled Wednesday, hosted by the Internet Cafe! Go by there to see the links to other blogs which are not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. If you expect to find fulfillment in anything but Christ… You won’t. … Continue reading