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Devotion for Tuesday January 17, 2017

Topic: Call Me Mara

Text: Ruth 1:19 – 22  

Naomi had experienced severe hardships. 220 more words


Learning to know the Difference

In a word for how last week felt – Contentment – really that is the only word that seems to come to mind. Last week just seemed to be okay; there really wasn’t anything too stressful or anything too sad, nor was there any great experiences or super happy moments. 1,252 more words

I ? Why ? Me ? (Part-1)

​I just don’t know what to do. I am in a complete fix right now. I sometimes wish I was bad, as in I wish to be some of those people who just don’t care about anybody else but himself. 292 more words


In need of humbling

Recently, many young people received their results for pretty important national examinations. In a country such as ours, where human capital is immensely valued, the results of these examinations are valuations of our worth – no matter how much they tell us. 3,172 more words


Philippians 2:5-8: The Inverted Kingdom – Part V

Philippians 2:5-8: The Inverted Kingdom – Part V

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Jesus proposes that we set aside the accolades of life as we know it on earth; and this will be difficult to do because our desire for honor and fame, pleasure, power and wealth too often outweighs our willingness to surrender to God’s plan, to forego the hunger for control and celebrity. 508 more words

When the Offender Was Your Best Friend

When the offender was your best friend, the healing process gets confusing.

You find yourself missing that person when something you would ordinarily share with them comes up, like that much-needed talk they were pushing you to have with your parent, or that achievement you finally reached that they were motivating you about. 143 more words


Introducing my Demons

To just get straight into it – I live with depression, OCD, anxiety, and PTSD which sometimes spurs into a tad bit of paranoia.

They’re not present all the time but as I’ve heard many times over, mental illness is a lifetime struggle which I have accepted… 240 more words