Tag Archives: hope

It’s Possible {#Tuesday@Ten}

I have been in a funk the past few days. People notice, and comment.  I thought that I would “reset” after Mother’s Day.  Everyone told me it would be hard.  I read every bit of advise from people who have … Continue reading

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Beauty in the imperfections

I recently heard Lysa TerKeurst say “Not everyone can relate to victory and success.  But people connect with hardship and struggle.  They can relate to vulnerability. ” I think we want to connect with people in success, as that is where … Continue reading

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Growing Weary {#FMFParty}

Growing weary in the search For what the future holds Content in what I have But dissatisfied Knowing there is more. Searching day and night Wondering what the next step will be not seeing anything except the ground beneath. My … Continue reading

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Hoping for what we cannot see #Write31Days

Staying disciplined in faith can be the most difficult walk for a Christian.  By pure virtue of having to believe in something that you can’t see, regardless of what is going on in the circumstances you can see. Having stood … Continue reading

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He Knows Me

Mediating the past two weeks on God knowing me, I was given a fresh revelation of the depth that He knows me.  The question was posed “How do you see yourself knowing that God created and shaped you as you … Continue reading

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The Stewardship of Grace

A second thought to me came about the Charity of Grace.  Another argument I often give, when faced with the opportunity to share God’s grace with others is that I don’t know what they are going to use it for.  … Continue reading

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Resisting Comfort

2 Corinthians 1-3-7 All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. God is our merciful Father and the source of all comfort. He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they … Continue reading

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Numbers 32:1-5 The tribes of Reuben and Gad owned vast numbers of livestock. So when they saw that the lands of Jazer and Gilead were ideally suited for their flocks and herds,  they came to Moses, Eleazar the priest, and … Continue reading

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I’m a person who can tolerate change pretty well. I’ve always said “The one thing that is constant is change.” No matter where I work, no matter what I’ve been through, change has always been a part of it. Change … Continue reading

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But God

I have very few memories from child. What few I have that are my own (Not stories told to me or remembered through pictures), are negative memories, But God. I am the youngest of five siblings, my oldest brother is ten … Continue reading

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