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Tag: redemption

Crazy like Noah

Let your faith be bigger than your fears That seems so obvious and for Noah, I am sure he was afraid that he looked like a fool in front “society” […]

The sky is all we have

Have you ever watched the sunset? The sky lighting up with hues of yellow, orange and pink, taking the sun to another place. I’m here, watching the most beautiful sunset […]

A free spirited dog

He didn’t care, he just found joy in rolling around in the mud and running free through in yard. I couldn’t help but laugh out loud. I want my spirit […]

Wash over me

Sometimes I stumble Sometimes I fall Sometimes I lose my vision. But your word embedded deep within me Give me eyes to see And ears to hear Come Lord Jesus […]

Self care

I’m learning to take care of myself. I hold the burdens of all those I care about inside me, praying intensely for them every day. I am so cautious on […]

Sunkissed

“If you look towards the sun you will never see your shadow. It’s when you look away you will always be chasing it.” It’s easy to dwell on the past, […]

Hate is too great a burden

How do you love your enemies? The people that wrong you and intentionally try to hurt you? The ones that hold a grudge against you for no reason? How do […]

New beginnings

No matter what yesterday looked like, you can rest in the knowledge of knowing today is a brand new day. And it has no mistakes in it. We each get […]

Change is inevitable

It was a great scholar that once said, “today is the reconfirmation of the inevitable”.  From here, there is no turning back. Change is in fact inevitable.  We long for it as much […]

Midnight Convictions

The other night I was going through old pictures and reminiscing the things of the past. I didn’t expect it, but a painful memory came to mind. When I was […]

Why did God love King David?

At times it’s hard for me fully comprehend how God could love King David as much as He did.  David began as a nobody.  His story wasn’t so significant.  That […]

Harvest of Joy

I stumbled across these words about a year ago.  And I think someone may need these words today… “Our tears can be seeds that will grow into a harvest of joy […]