Navigating Storm “covid-19”

“[It is] our inclination to replace Jesus’ call to deny ourselves, take up our crosses and follow him. We replace his call with a self-serving path in which we deny our neighbors, take up our comforts and follow our dreams.” –Scott Sauls Navigating stormy seas, especially those storms when expectations are not met in ways…

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Planting Trees In Israel

I’ll plant the red cedar in that treeless wasteland, also acacia, myrtle, and olive. I’ll place the cypress in the desert, with plenty of oaks and pines. Everyone will see this. No one can miss it—unavoidable, indisputable evidence That I, God, personally did this. It’s created and signed by The Holy of Israel. Isaiah 41:19-20 Msg.…

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Remembering Our Primary Mission

“Let us remember, as people of faith, that our primary mission is not to have a political ideology, it’s to change the world so that every man, woman, boy, and girl can experience true freedom.” – Mike Huckabee “God created things which had free will. That means creatures which can go wrong or right. Some…

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Revelation on “Abiding In Christ” Andrew Murray

The following are quotes taken from the book, Abide In Christ, by Andrew Murray. They are FULL of revelation and instruction for course correction. “Christ Jesus said: “I am the Vine, ye are the branches.” In other words: “I, the living One who have so completely given myself to you, am the Vine. You cannot…

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Challenge of Jesus In A World of Brokenness

“What we are faced with in our culture is the post-Christian version of the doctrine of original sin: all human endeavor is radically flawed, and the journalists who take delight in pointing this out are simply telling over and over again the story of Genesis three as applied to today’s leaders, politicians, royalty and rock stars.…

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THE GARDEN: God’s Heart For Relationship With You by Kari Jobe

Imagine… It’s a beautiful morning. The orange glow of the rising sun paints itself across the expanse of the sky as you awaken to the beautiful sight, laying on a bed of soft, lush grass. In the background, you can hear the rushing water of a flowing river that is sweet and refreshing. You can…

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What’s That You’re Carrying

By Charles Martin It’s Thursday night.  Darker than usual.  Jesus has just finished the Passover dinner.  Washed His disciples feet.  Taken the cup.  Watched Judas walk out.  The end has come. The unsuspecting eleven follow Him through the quiet city streets.  Flying high on the heels of the triumphal entry, they are giddy with what-might-be. …

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A. W. Tozer

Preface from The Pursuit of God, A. W. Tozer (free book on Amazon Kindle) In this hour of all-but-universal darkness one cheering gleam appears: within the fold of conservative Christianity there are to be found increasing numbers of persons whose religious lives are marked by a growing hunger after God Himself. They are eager for spiritual realities…

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