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10
Nov
2019

Change Your Clothes

by Mark and Grace Driscoll

Every day we wake up and decide what we will wear. What we wear says something about how we perceive ourselves and present ourselves to others. What do you like to wear...

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03
Nov
2019

Filled With His Spirit

by Anne Graham Lotz

The family home of my childhood is located in a cove that is accessed by a narrow drive that winds around the mountainside. Almost three-quarters of the way to the house...

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27
Oct
2019

For Freedom’s Sake

by James Robison

God never wanted His people to live in bondage. He always wanted a family through whom He could bless the families – the nations – of the world. When God gave Joseph wisdom to share with Pharaoh to save the people from famine, the wisdom came from above...

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20
Oct
2019

Grace From The Inside Out

by Kasey Van Norman

Grace always flows from the inside out. Our God-honoring actions will never truly honor God if he does not hold the place of honor in our hearts. This is why forgiveness is the key that opens the door to freedom in the Christian’s life. The more truly forgiven by God we feel...

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13
Oct
2019

Greater Purpose

by Paula White-Caine

God has something greater for us. We all have dreams yet to fulfill, promises waiting to come to pass, songs and books yet to write...

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06
Oct
2019

Condemnation’s Antitoxin

by Mark Rutland

The power of condemnation rests in the throne of idolatry, self-idolatry. If I condemn myself, and if I am a better, more righteous judge than God is, I am utterly condemned. The lie underneath condemnation...

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29
Sep
2019

Who Are We Really?

by Rebekah Lyons

I’ve been struck by how many conversations revolve around our labels. “I’m ADD, OCD, manic, depressed, disabled, handicapped, diabetic …” The list goes on and on. We throw out labels as if they clarify who we are...

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22
Sep
2019

Stay Committed And Obedient

by Julia Jeffress Sadler, LPC

What you want for your life right now may not be bad, evil, or sinful. Maybe what you want is even in the plan for what God has for you. But it’s not...

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15
Sep
2019

Let It All Go

by Darryl Strawberry

I remember one morning, sitting on the sofa and looking around at all our boxes of stuff, the worn linoleum floor, that old couch, I just started crying. I felt like such a failure. I had failed at so much. Regardless of what I had achieved...

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08
Sep
2019

Frozen By Failure

by Paul de Jong

One of the joys of my life is interacting with children. I just love to watch how they go about their learning. Usually, at around the age of one, each child begins to attempt to walk. Having mastered the art of rolling, crawling and finally standing, the desire to walk seems to fully capture...

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