Monthly Archives: August 2013

Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice

Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say rejoice (Philippians 4:4).  This was the start of the chorus of a song I sang growing up.   The verses still go through my head time to time.  This always comforts … Continue reading

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Prayerfully reviewing my week

    This week I’ve prayed for four aspects of my life and a few friends of mine…today I prayer for the all of us to be challenged by Jesus and that we remain closer to God. Busy, busy, busy Changing … Continue reading

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Busy, busy, busy

It seems I am always pressed for time, always feeling pressure to balance the details of my day.  Sound familiar? This said, I started looking for bible verses to help justify my busy days.  However, all I can find is … Continue reading

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Changing bad habits

As I work to be closer to Jesus, changing bad habits is on my heart.  I turn my bad habits over to the Lord, asking for help (Mark) but knowing there will be judgement (Acts) if I do not change. … Continue reading

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Preparing for adversity

Today I am thinking about adversity as someone close to me has some serious challenges, this also has me reflecting on adversities I have had and know that in the future there will be more. Here’s a link to an … Continue reading

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Marriage: Communication

Just read Marriage: The Power of Communication by John Hutchison  This article on marriage is worth a read – here are a few highlights from the author. “I recently asked one of the elders of our church this question, “If you were choosing … Continue reading

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Living a transparent live

Last week, I went to a baptism service.  Before the baptism, each person gave their testimony.  There were many wonderful testimonies but one really spoke to me. The person had been through a lot and had many experiences that helped … Continue reading

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