Month: February 2016

I Hugged the One Who Broke My Heart

The word restore comes from root words that mean renew and rebuild (Merriam-Webster online). Consider that when restoration comes to our lives, there’s a space of time between us and the pain that created the breach or brokenness.  Yes, there may be years between… Continue Reading “I Hugged the One Who Broke My Heart”

Bye Bill…You’re Just Dust!

You know, when God invades our earth with His divine word, it still works His will in us after the feeling and awe passes. When we move on to “new revelation,” that invasion still wreaks heavenly havoc in our souls. It’s a living word.… Continue Reading “Bye Bill…You’re Just Dust!”

Love is Proof of Discipleship

There are several entries on this site from a while back from a love study on 1 Corinthians 13. They are good, foundational look at God’s standard of love. When you can, check them out (under Devotionals, then Love Reflections). Today this verse rings… Continue Reading “Love is Proof of Discipleship”

Fear: A Grip and A Rescue

I offer two views on fear for the sake of perspective, and the fact that one is quoted much more than the other. The common view is if it causes fear in your heart, then it’s not God And I disagree. Let’s start with… Continue Reading “Fear: A Grip and A Rescue”

Quiet Departure (#GiftedGirl)

Dear Gifted Girl, If I know you, you already made three or four compelling arguments. Your tried to convince. You made compromise attempts. You even made some beneficial changes. You grew up in some ways. You dropped some habits in the process.  Yet you… Continue Reading “Quiet Departure (#GiftedGirl)”

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