The Woman Whose Miracle Began an Evangelistic Explosion

I was going through an old memory drive because I have been updating high school transcripts for college entrance (home-schoolers), and I ran across devotional notes. I had forgotten about them, but as I read through, I rediscovered a gem. The Bible tells us of many real people, often times in what seems like just […]

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The Other Day…

If you’ve met me, you might have noticed I’m guarded. I admit it. But underneath a few prickles, I’m a softy at heart. So when I read John 11 to my kids at the breakfast table yesterday morning, I melted into a puddle of tears. As I excused myself to grab some tea and regain […]

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Reflections of Psalm 23, Day 7

Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for you are with me; What do you think of when you read this verse? What does the valley of the shadow of death mean to you? In A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23, W. Phillip Keller explains […]

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They Won’t Remember Me

I pray for them now… our generations. I observe the godlessness in our culture, and listen to missionaries in communist countries tell how the church is persecuted while our own America is coveted by socialists in blue, and I ask God to keep us all diligent to teach every generation the faithfulness of God and […]

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When God Brings You Out

I was reading over at Beauty Beyond Bones, and was touched by her very vulnerable post, sharing¬† how the enemy of our souls can use memories of dark times in our lives to discourage and disparage.¬† I’ve been going through some personal evaluation myself, and her story just struck a chord. Haven’t we all been […]

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