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Identity Components

  “You were made by God and for God and until you understand that, life will never make sense.   Rick Warren  If I were allowed to write on only two subjects, I would write on knowing who God is and … Continue reading

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Blessed are the Unoffendable

  “He wants us to know Him so intimately that we recognize Him with our spirits, even when He doesn’t make sense – and even offends our natural minds.”  Kristen M. Smeltzer  Last week I wrote about my struggle with … Continue reading

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An Exceedingly Good Destiny

  “The destiny of every human being depends on his relationship to Jesus Christ.” Oswald Chambers When asked to give a report on the exploration of Canaan, God’s promise land, ten out of the twelve spies focused on the negative and … Continue reading

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You Make Me Brave

  “Fear is faith for the things you don’t want.” Unknown Fear plagued me as a little girl. Being shy I was too afraid to talk to the telephone operator. My anxious feelings led to biting my finger nails. I … Continue reading

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Identity Theft

  “Everyone has problems. It’s how we choose to deal with our problems that matters. Some people choose to be whiners-some choose to be winners. Some choose to be victims-some choose to be victors.” Richard Paul Evans   You are … Continue reading

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You’re Killing Me Smalls

“Words which do not give the light of Christ increase the darkness.” Mother Teresa The famous line, “You’re killing me Smalls,” from the 1993 movie, “The Sandlot,” accurately depicts what happens when unkind words are spoken to one another. Scripture … Continue reading

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New Names

“We know what we are, but not what we may be.” William Shakespeare When I was a little girl, I watched the t.v. show, “What’s My Line?” Three contestants all claimed to be the same person and the audience was … Continue reading

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