Tag Archives: identity

Knowing Who You Are

  “We give glory to God simply by being ourselves.”  Brennan Manning  In the past, I have been caught up in the comparison trap, wanting to speak or write like someone else. Because I didn’t know who I was, insecurity became like a weed wrapped … 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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Slave Versus Son

  “I am not yet able to fully believe that where my failings are great, ‘grace is always greater.’” Henri Nouwen There are many nuggets of wisdom in the parable of the lost son found in Luke 15:11-32. Pause for a few … Continue reading

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Secure in Christ

  “Are you getting more value from Him or from your assignment?” Eric Johnson I have been on a writing adventure with God for many years. He called me to write when my heart was covered in shame and my identity … Continue reading

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Rest and Receive

“You have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless till they find their rest in you.” St. Augustine of Hippo   The day before surgery, the Lord told me to “rest and receive” during my time of recuperation. … Continue reading

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Steps in Disguise

“Not even the smallest detail of life happens unless God’s will is behind it.” Oswald Chambers I’m reading through the Bible this year and currently I’ve been studying the saga of Joseph. Reading Genesis, chapters 37-50, you will discover Joseph … Continue reading

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Looking Good

“Shame is a soul eating emotion.” C. G. Jung I loved dressing up when I was a little girl. I’d put on various outfits, Mom’s jewelry, hats and the ultimate…high heels. My parents called me the Dress-Up Queen. I don’t … Continue reading

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