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The thing about the love of God is that its depth and purity is so beyond our comprehension that it can be a lifelong process to get to a place where we understand that He loves us anyway.
Jesus wants to restore you. And make no mistake about it: He will also destroy the works of the enemy in your life.
…eventually, you’ll hear Him. Rejoicing over you with singing and proclaiming His name over you.
This is the heart of the matter: God can do anything.
As meager and ineffective as my prayer seems, it nevertheless keeps me tethered to hope.
The Lord taught me how to sigh in pain, how to weep in gladness, and how to trust during days of hope deferred.
Over the course of my life, I have learned to accept that I am still in process.
His Word made the heavens — and His Word remakes our hearts.
I’m offering thanksgiving to God that He hears my voice and knows my struggle and looks on me with compassion.
We are not failures, not un-beautiful, not unworthy after all.
What if we could learn to “see through” to the deeper meaning of things and discover the beauty and love of God?
I judged my parenting based on whether my children were successful, polite, and kind. I judged my own value based on those standards as well.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed and to take our focus off of Him. In the darkest of hours, He teaches us to rest on His promises.
Our usual tendency is to avoid pain. But when you avoid your pain, you avoid opportunities for renewal and growth too.
We believe that home exists to serve people, not the other way around.
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