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DUST OFF THAT BAG

A few days ago, I was slouching on the bed early in the morning and subjecting my thoughts to The Father when I suddenly noticed a hand bag belonging to my wife neatly tucked in the shoe rack. 754 more words

Issues

Windows of Heaven

On Monday evening it was my turn to teach our family night. I wondered what aspect of the gospel of Jesus Christ would be the most meaningful for our family. 500 more words

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You Ate What...?

This week was great! Especially when compared to the last week spent indoors apply antibiotics and wiping off puss.So a couple pieces of good news for this week. 814 more words

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Disciplines of the Heart

Raising kids is tough! It’s not for the weak–hearted. You’ve got to be “on” all the time.

My kids typically behave in cycles. It seems that for two weeks, things are fairly calm, compliant, and cooperative. 289 more words

How will you spend the remainder of your days?

Psalm 90:12 says, “So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.”  

What if you knew you had only a certain amount of days left to live on this earth?   373 more words

Praising the Giver When You Don't Like the Gift

It is easy and natural to praise God joyfully when He gives you what you desire. But if He chooses to give you something else, will you then praise Him any less?  1,223 more words

Faith

"The Way of Serenity" Offers Comfort, Wisdom, and Flimsy Theodicy

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Devotionals are simple, unglamorous, and vital works of religious literature. They don’t give detailed instructions or draw us deep into the intricacies of theology, but they offer thoughts for our faith to build off—the gentleness of Jesus, for example—and prayers we can use to keep those thoughts in mind, and turn them to action. 1,084 more words