Is It Too Late To Pray For Wisdom?

It’s so easy for me to go straight to an expert, a resource, or even a friend when I’m seeking advice. Isn’t that what we are taught? Seeking comfort we go to our mom, seeking education we go to school, seeking healing we go to a doctor, raising kids or losing weight we read a …

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I’m Not Giving Up!

To be honest, my first title for this post was going to be Weary, Dreary, and Teary. That pretty much describes me this week. Fortunately for you, I will save you from the recounting of my misery. (For those who don’t know, I’m two weeks post op with a broken wrist.) Instead, I want to …

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It’s Easier Said Than Done

1. It’s easier said than done. My last post I discussed shifting from surviving to thriving. An awesome concept, truly inspired by the Holy Spirit. But this morning, as I laid in my bed after waking at 3:30, I realized my first point: it’s easier said than done. In this next paragraph I’m going to …

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What’s Your Thing?

Nothing, anything, and everything. These are the things of God we’ll discover today. First in line are the positive and negative poles of nothing. That’s right, you heard me. I’ll show you what I mean, starting with the negative— For apart from me you can do nothing.John‬ ‭15:5‬ ‭NLT‬‬ The me in this scripture is …

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Vision: Washed by the Water of the Word

When I tune into God’s heart in prayer, he often uses pictures or words in my mind to illustrate a deeply layered message. Just like the adage: a picture is worth a thousand words, so these visions can convey more each time I contemplate it’s meaning. The vision I want to share was given during …

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