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The shift came when I realized that contentment is not always achieved in fulfilling our grandiose life goals.
Don’t ask me how it works, or how the Holy Spirit does it, but when we do the Word – actually do it — something splits the seams of heaven and pours out a shower of blessings.
We don’t have to choose between standing on holy ground and dancing in grace; we get to do both all at once.
My shame kept me quiet, safe, alone but it also kept me from knowing other broken ones.
God’s whisper is gentle, but nothing is more powerful.
God calls you a saint based on your new birth in Christ, not because of your behavior.
Don’t let the fear of “What will people think?” keep you from getting the help you need.
In Jesus, what matters most is the kind of people we are becoming.
When we experience intimacy, we can take on whatever else life throws at us.
I’m practicing not “getting over” things but instead walking through them
Making my heart ready to serve when I sit down requires a daily choice of mind, heart, and commitment.
Our pain does not minimize His goodness to us but, in fact, allows us to experience it in a whole new way.
What appeared to be Christ-centered was, at its core, self-centered.
Courage is found where acceptance abounds: in Christ.
Just because God does not remove the thorn doesn’t mean He’s not using it for our good and for His glory.
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