Tag Archives: forgiveness

Guest Blog: Letter To Hugh Hefner

Hugh Hefner died recently. For my blog today, I’m posting a letter someone I’m close to sent to him a number of years ago. She did not receive a reply. Please pray for the scores of people still in bondage … Continue reading

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Get Rid of the Piles

I admit I create many piles in my house. In my office, piles of papers from projects and “for future use” call out for attention. Piles of mail clutter my counter space until I find time to sort through them. … Continue reading

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More About Rejection

Lately as I continued reading an excellent book about rejection and contemplated the issue, I focused on how a certain person repeatedly rejects me. Then God suggested a question I need to ask myself. How have you been rejecting him? … Continue reading

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Dealing With Effects of Trauma

Recently I was reminded of a hurt from my past after someone let me know an old boyfriend of mine had died. The rejections I suffered decades ago replayed in my mind. The lie that said, “The reason he rejected … Continue reading

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Hurt By God’s People

Not long ago I attempted to become more connected to people at my church. Because of having to work every other Sunday, working 12-hour shifts, and traveling often, I’m unable to attend church every week. I can listen to church … Continue reading

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A Miracle Happened Today

A miracle happened today. When something this special takes place, a part of me doesn’t want to write about it because I can’t adequately put into words how extraordinary it is and how spectacular God is at answering prayer. While … Continue reading

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Free To Be Generous

During the Christmas season I sometimes have a nagging fear. I’m afraid of appearing stingy—of not being generous enough with my gift-giving. Lately as I’ve been contemplating this, I realized that Jesus’ generosity was rarely centered on tangibles, although He … Continue reading

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