Extending Forgiveness

Emotional pain never dies of natural causes. Old age doesn’t sap its strength. And you can’t bury it alive. If you try, it’ll kick and scream until you acknowledge it, feel it, and work through it. And working through it usually requires you to forgive. Of course, you can try ignoring the pain; we call that denial. And this may work, to some extent and for some short period of ...

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THE ONENESS OF GOD

There is no contradiction between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Just like the New Testament, the Old Testament teaches there are not many ways to the true God–there is only one way. And we see that truth throughout the Old Testament. What themes of the Old Testament remind us that the old way was one way?

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No Mask Required

What a weird year 2020 has been. And here we find ourselves in the middle of a cultural battle over whether to wear a mask or not. Pro-Maskers want everyone to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid, while opposition opinions range from personal freedom to the legitimacy of wearing a mask actually working. You’ve probably had these conversations yourself or at least seen the heated debate on social ...

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Possible

‘It’s that kind of a year’ is my new go to for explaining the feelings I call angst about how everything is different and often harder than I want it to be. The I want it to be part of that is what makes me switch gears to what God wants for me. I stand loved and corrected. The musicians in the group  ‘I Am They’ are very representative of ...

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God’s Perfect Timing

Knowing biblical principles is essential for living the Christian life as God desires. Perhaps the most important one to learn is to obey God and leave all the consequences to Him. And  alongside it is another one that’s very important—learn to wait upon God for His timing. Obeying the Lord doesn’t just include doing what He desires, but doing it when He says and how He says.

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