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Whatever love, provision, hope, acceptance, grace, restoration you need — will not run out — because Your God will never run out on you.
Christmas comes for our grief. Christmas comes for the sadness we can’t speak out loud, Christmas comes to crush all our dark, Christmas comes for our wounded ache.
You can’t make a difference until you listen to the world differently than everyone else does.
When you are suffering, it is vital that you preach regularly to yourself the truths that Scripture declares.
Jesus gives us practical steps to love in extraordinary ways.
Some of the novels I love best are the ones that have taught me how to accept and survive the most grievous facts of my life.
Every day He gives us a new start. And every day He says we can come to Him as a child to her father. Any time.
Fallow seasons are meant to bring life in a way it hadn’t been before.
As the sun rises and sets from decade to decade, what is it all for?
There is a time for death, but there is also a time for birth. Our hearts, though heavy, need not despair.
What appeared to be Christ-centered was, at its core, self-centered.
I glimpsed the joy beyond the curtain that was mine for the taking, and in that glorious, incredible moment, something in my heart shifted.
There is nothing in the world like worship to break the power of the Enemy.
Sometimes our most vulnerable tired comes after we have stood on a mountain of success and seen God’s power.
But faith is not measured by our ability to manipulate God to get what we want. It is measured by our willingness to submit to what He wants.
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