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September 21, 2017
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God doesn’t work on our timetables — He works on hearts.
Just because God does not remove the thorn doesn’t mean He’s not using it for our good and for His glory.
God sees the broken as the best and He sees the best in the broken and He calls the wounded to be the world changers.
A simple life that revolves around loving your family doesn’t equate to a small life.
He’s in the love that always finds a way to find you.
When your calmness, your happiness, is contingent on circumstances, your days are out of control.
Authenticity means eliminating the gap between your inner belief and what you reveal to the outside world—in other words, letting your true self be seen.
For such a time as now, we live shaped like a Cross, reaching right out, because this how He begins to reshape the world.
Just as I personally had learned to trust Him as I walked through a season of grief, our family would learn to trust God during a season of need.
There’s a God who allows Himself to be a Light house to see us through storms.
Life’s not about growing your career, your bank account, your retirement fund, your platform, your status — life’s about growing your soul.
In hindsight, I’m thankful for these raw moments. They serve as alarm clocks, as reminders of immaturity, as disruptions of routine.
Hiddenness is God’s opportunity to reach us.
God so forgave the wrongs of the world, that He bled for the rebirth of the world.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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