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Continued Release From Shame

If I had a party and no one came, it would trigger a great deal of shame. This thought went through my mind as I sat at a local coffee shop where the monthly writers group meeting I lead takes place. A … Continue reading

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My Heavenly Home

A number of years ago, God brought me to a verse as I searched for truths from Scripture which would bring comfort to my soul during a difficult period. Each of these verses contained the word “comfort.” “…and so always … Continue reading

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What Is At The Core?

“Before he can be delivered from drugs, he needs to find out what’s at the core,” said the woman at my Bible study after I shared with the group about a loved one’s battle with drug addiction. This woman who … Continue reading

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You Are Loved

“No one loves me,” a middle-aged homeless lady told me several years ago. Over a number of days that I had contact with her back then, I felt an urgency to convince this woman that I loved and cared about … Continue reading

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Reminder: That’s Why He Came

Today I’m reposting a blog that I wrote in 2011 with a song selection at the end. This Christmas season I and others who face hardships need the reminder “That’s Why He Came.” What comfort I receive as I remember He … Continue reading

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Silence and Solitude

It’s a new year. And I’m still in the process of thinking about godly goals for this year. One of the things God has already laid on my heart which I definitely want to increase in 2016 is to spend … Continue reading

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Feasting on God’s Faithfulness

I was in the bathroom while attending a Christmas party with old and new friends. Battling sadness over a recent family crisis, an old familiar temptation arose–to believe the lie that these women’s lives were so more blessed than mine–that … Continue reading

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