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Jesus gives us practical steps to love in extraordinary ways.
The remarkable part of Christianity is not that we have a Savior who came to deliver us but that we have a Savior who sees us for who we really are and loves us anyway.
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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.
When I finally submitted to the fact that a sovereign, good, and trustworthy God was the one in control, not me, I was set free from the hold that fear and anxiety had on me.
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.
We only rise because of the Gospel — the astonishing news that grace has grabbed the unworthy, and Christ cleans the unbearable, and God redeems the unlikely, and we live the unexpected.
Remember who created you.
An atmosphere of judgment instead of compassion shuts down the opportunity for us to stay connected to ourselves, and by extension, to others.
Don’t let this world keep you from clinging to Jesus.
Dear Kid Headed out into the World — You have to know how your unfolding from me was a miracle. That’s the miraculous thing about miracles – they really do…
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