“Faith sometimes means knowing God can, whether or not He does.” I have no idea which pastor or teacher said this, but I wrote it down in the side space of my Bible, right beside the story of Shadrach, … Continue reading
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I hope the way I love and live and lead brings others a faith-filled perspective. A perspective that knows that I’m the worst sinner of all, that the woman I’d like to wag my crooked finger at would be better served if I prayed for her, loved on her, encouraged her of all she is or could be in Christ. A perspective that knows that Jesus truly is the answer for all that’s broken and ugly in this world, in that person, in you…in me.
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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.
Posted in Christian walk, confidence, encouragement, faith, faith-filled living, faithfulness of God, forgiveness, freedom, God's faithfulness, God's Word, grace, holiness, mercy, obedience, perfection, salvation, service, set apart life, Spirit-filled living, spiritual maturity, Truth, works
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Why is it I want to hide when I get to the end of myself? And I get there often. It’s big things, small things, anywhere in-between things. But I think getting to the end of myself is exactly where … Continue reading
Posted in Christian walk, confidence, faith-filled living, faithfulness of God, God-strength, God's faithfulness, humility, identity, mercy, personal, struggles, weaknesses
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Romans 12:1 “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual act of worship. My entire adult life has revolved around serving the Lord, … Continue reading
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Tagged God's goodness, God's mercy, grateful heart, gratitude, living sacrifice, Romans 12:1, thankfulness, Thanksgiving, true worship, worshipful living