It’s Free

In Genesis 1:2, the bible says 2 And the earth was a formless and desolate emptiness, and darkness was over...
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It’s Free

One, or the Other

We all know oil and water by themselves do not mix. We also know God and evil cannot co-exist. Adam...
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One, or the Other

How Aware Am I?

I have been reading accounts of dedicated Christians around the world who have suffered persecution for their belief in Christ....
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How Aware Am I?

Who Am I?

How many times in life have you told yourself, “I need to get away; I need to find myself?” Are...
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Who Am I?

The Fight of Faith

1 Timothy 6:12 12 Fight the good fight of faith; take hold of the eternal life to which you were...
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The Fight of Faith

To Know

Because we are curious by nature, one of the first words we learn as a child is why. You must...
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To Know

Being Misunderstood

I was listening to an interview between the Christian recording artist, Lauren Daigle, and a Podcaster. What caught my attention...
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Being Misunderstood

What is the Truth?

When Jesus stood before Pilate at His trial, Pilate questioned Him: “You are a king, then!” said Pilate. Jesus answered,...
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What is the Truth?

What I Don’t Know

There are many things I want to fix. If it's long grass, I can mow the lawn, and I don't...
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What I Don’t Know

Am I typical?

What word is defined by: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern: characterized by that which is considered usual,...
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Am I typical?
To Know

To Know

Because we are curious by nature, one of the first words we learn as a child is why. You must never play in the street-why? Share your toy with your brother, Sally-why? We learned as we grew the answers to these questions, but when do we stop asking why to questions beyond our present understanding? As children of God, we continue to pelt Him with questions we have to trust Him to bring to light or never to understand in…

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Being Misunderstood

Being Misunderstood

I was listening to an interview between the Christian recording artist, Lauren Daigle, and a Podcaster. What caught my attention was what Miss Daigle found difficult for her to confront as a public figure. She felt the sting when people misunderstood her. It runs contrary to our nature not to respond to criticism. We want desperately to correct the misconception or to fight back with a few choice words of our own. She desires to allow them their opinion, not…

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What is the Truth?

What is the Truth?

When Jesus stood before Pilate at His trial, Pilate questioned Him: “You are a king, then!” said Pilate. Jesus answered, “You say that I am a king. In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.” “What is truth?” retorted Pilate. With this, he went out again to the Jews gathered there and said, “I find no basis for a charge against…

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What I Don’t Know

What I Don’t Know

There are many things I want to fix. If it’s long grass, I can mow the lawn, and I don’t have to think about it for a week. A cold I treat with medicine, and I’m well within a week in most cases. Broken hearts, terminal illnesses, and the state of someone’s mind I cannot fix. A crowd could look at the same picture, see different things, observe an accident, and tell conflicting stories. Because each upbringing is unique, we…

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Am I typical?

Am I typical?

What word is defined by: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern: characterized by that which is considered usual, typical, or routine? You are right if you chose the word normal. Now, I want to ask you who decides what or who is normal? Are you sure you want to be normal? I don’t want to conform to the typical, standard, or regular pattern considered acceptable by worldly wisdom. I’m not interested in the usual, typical, or routine. Yet,…

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