Tag Archives: trust

What to Do When Hard Times Come

  “The diamond cannot be polished without friction, nor the man perfected without trials.” Anonymous One of the best ways I learn, is by watching others walk through life. I am grateful for the godly group of women with whom … Continue reading

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Faithful to the End

“The goal of faithfulness is not that we will do work for God, but that He will be free to do His work through us.” Oswald Chambers The past two weeks’ posts have been about Asa, the King of Judah, … Continue reading

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Deeper Still

“Honesty gives others the freedom to be honest as well, opening up the possibility of deeper connection and friendship.” Shauna Niequist   After church a friend came up to me and expressed her appreciation for my vulnerability in my blog … Continue reading

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Best Case Scenario

“Trusting means drawing on the inexhaustible resources of God.” Anonymous   I want to thank my friends who have come alongside of my family during this time of cancer. Your kindness expressed through prayers, encouraging words, cards, flowers, and meals … Continue reading

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Trust Heals All Wounds

  “Trust the past to God’s mercy, the present to God’s love, and the future to God’s providence.” St. Augustine of Hippo While reading Daniel chapter 6, the story about Daniel being thrown in the lions’ den, the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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I’ve Got This!

“You have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless till they find their rest in you.” St. Augustine of Hippo With the holidays right around the corner, our hearts may start singing, “Tis the season to be anxious, … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me Now? Part 3: Positioning

“He is most available to those who are most available to Him.” Jack Deere I’ve learned the best way to communicate with a child is to get down on their level and look them square in the eyes. It’s all … Continue reading

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