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But our answers to all the raging questions of the day won’t be found in what we write: it will be found in how we open our doors.
The shift came when I realized that contentment is not always achieved in fulfilling our grandiose life goals.
Even if it feels like nothing is turning out as you ultimately hoped, He who is Hope Himself is turning things around for your ultimate good.
When you give when you don’t have a lot — God gives you a lot more of Himself.
Real, God-imbued happiness is not the absence of sadness or badness. Rather, it is hanging on to the truth of His sovereign goodness regardless of what’s going on within or around us.
The wise are the hidden who hold out for heaven — and the applause that comes from God.
When you have an overwhelmed world, you don’t have to have an underwhelmed soul — if Christ fills the thoughts.
You’re the one rescued — you can’t rescue anybody. You only get to hold on to the Rescuer.
We don’t need an explanation from God like we need an experience of God.
Nothing about my life is about me; it’s about who He needs me to be.
Loving ourselves has a positive ripple effect on our families, our neighbors, our communities and the world.
Human history is one long, epic story of the desperately needy seeking Refuge.
He has made Himself completely accessible to you and is waiting for you to come to Him.
Christ ascended to the stage of heaven but He lives His moments now within the stairwell of the human heart.
So, yeah — if there were gardening police, I’d be on death row. Lock me up and throw away the key. You know – when your garden hits a midsummer…
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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