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Being Intentional at Being One

One thing I know for sure: there is an enemy who hates the unity of the body of Christ. This reality would become a struggle in the Church Age and Jesus knew it, so in His final hours of ministry in the earth, He actually knelt in prayer and asked the Father that we would […]

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When Faith is Tested

Faith apart from the Holy Spirit’s empowerment is wishful thinking. How often do we profess belief in God, but we rely more on the judgment of man? Think on it this way: when the disciples faced the fear of dying at sea and awakened Jesus, did they all consult a meteorologist to determine if they […]

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The Enemy Unveiled

Reading Nehemiah 6 I discover the enemy’s tactics fully exposed. When he sees you in the will of God, he brings on an assault of relentless attempts to distract and intimidate¬†you. Not to give any more focus to Satan than necessary, I write this post merely for education, in keeping with biblical truth that we […]

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Are You Identifying the Root Cause?

Last week I wrote about root fears that feed worry. You can read that post here. Today, we’re going deeper to consider the root that demands inspection for every Christian wrestling temptation to sin. I hit pause on John 13 in my reading. The disciple invites us to engage in Jesus’ suffering. Initially, the Lord […]

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Be Free from Worry

Freedom from worry is a reality, and the basis for such a state comes not from a prescription drug or from a cushioned life. God’s all-encompassing love secures your freedom and my freedom from worry. Worrying is bad. It’s never healthy, so stop believing that. Stop with the excuse of defining yourself as a worrier. […]

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A Home for the Most High

When you were a kid, did you build forts? Maybe you had a treehouse or a playhouse that you enjoyed with friends. My friends and I played in the woods and positioned broken tree limbs to form “walls” for our house. What is it about a home-like structure that infatuates us as children? While in […]

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The Words of the Prophet

My assignment in Scripture interpretation and application brought me to an Old Testament passage that I can’t seem to shake off. I want to go on to the next lesson, but I know it is best to stay and meditate a while.¬† These words written thousands of years ago resonate in my heart today. The […]

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