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My Lion King

Today I’m fulfilling a desire of my daughter, Jordan, and taking her to see The Lion King on Broadway. Oh, yes, we girls are going to have a grand night at the theater! I love reflecting on my Lord Jesus- the Lion of Judah. What an accurate description: mighty, stately, and afraid of nothing. He […]

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You Can Effectuate Change in a Dark World

Yesterday’s post, “Hope in the Darkness,” concluded with Max Lucado’s “A Christmas Prayer” and a final plea that Jesus be born anew in us. You can read that post here. We desperately need Jesus. When we are in Christ, we are unstoppable in bringing the realities of heaven to earth. We are effective in pushing […]

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you are more than you know

Ready to own your identity? If you are in Christ, you are more than you know! Through the cross, death and resurrection of Christ, this is yours. Let your eyes view all 100 (there are MANY more recorded in Scripture), and live out your faith like you believe it! It’s time for the body of Christ […]

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when you have an image to maintain

I was in the midst of a concert crowd and in worship. The lyrics Darryl Evans sang prompted my confession to God that all I wanted was Him, and He has all of me. No I don’t. I was not expecting a reply, especially that one, so I proceeded to ask the Father what I […]

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what defines your identity?

The Simplify Series invites us to evaluate core values and goals for living beginning with the question: What defines your identity? According to recent research done by the Barna Group, 62% of women of faith base their identity on their motherhood. 13% of those polled said their identity is found in being a disciple of […]

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looking for love

For whose commendation are you striving?  If you are like I am, words of affirmation speak love to your precious heart.  I store away each positive thing spoken to me and guard it like treasure. I think we all like to know that we are pleasing others, but ultimately whom do we aim to please?  Whose […]

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devoted

Something for everyone but everything for no one. The Holy Spirit spoke this above statement to me, and it makes me wonder, “Is it really a glorious state to multitask and be overextended?”  Is the celebrated woman the one whose car is never at home?” My grandmother, in the latter years of her life, spoke […]

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