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When your calmness, your happiness, is contingent on circumstances, your days are out of control.
Cleanliness isn’t next to godliness like Love is.
When you have an overwhelmed world, you don’t have to have an underwhelmed soul — if Christ fills the thoughts.
What every mother wants, her most unspoken need — is a truckload of Grace.
God knows exactly who you are; He made you. He knows every weakness, ever strength, and He loves you the same.
Christ calls us beyond our fears and desire for comfort to trust Him.
Making a home is a function of making time to love.
Having a limited capacity is not a flaw in my character. It is by glorious design and for an incredible purpose: to realize my need for Him.
Dear Lovely You, who doesn’t want to do that hard thing in the New Year, who doesn’t want to get on the treadmill, or go for a run, or sort…
Living with grace in the imperfect is how we find gratitude.
A life of simplicity is had by simply letting go — on every level. Have Less. Be More.
And the deepest question of all for me was this: Lord, how do You see me?
Yeah — if you’re being gut honest here — you don’t really want the cards or the flowers. Or what gets wrapped up in shiny paper, or stuffed in a…
You know that moment when you meet someone and you just know? You just know that they are as introverted and wanting to be a wallflower as much you —…
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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