Dear me: Lifelines,Faith,Hope,humility,Peace,Psalms Series,Refiner's Fire,Restoring Wonder,Seeing God,The Broken Way
September 21, 2017
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Courage is found where acceptance abounds: in Christ.
A simple life that revolves around loving your family doesn’t equate to a small life.
When your calmness, your happiness, is contingent on circumstances, your days are out of control.
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.
To every woman who has been on the outside, anyone who’s felt rejected and judged, Jesus proclaims today, “With me, you’re always in.
Sometimes it’s hard to look love square in the eye and accept the acceptance. Is this why we turn from God?
His love for you is oceanic, His welcome of you is enthusiastic, His purpose through you is cosmic, His commitment to you is astronomic, and His hope in you is meteoric.
The more you let yourself compete and compare, the more you forget your own calling.
The greatest freedom we have is the freedom to come right to God at any time.
If charity begins at home, why do we sometimes struggle to show charity in our own homes, with the people closest to us?
And wars are won by winning the battle for hope.
You will be most remembered — by what brought you most joy.
You can’t truly be a warrior of the gospel unless you’re a justice warrior — and you can’t truly be justice warrior unless you’re warrior of the Gospel.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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