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Hide-the-Word Wednesday: Like a Child

My daughters participate in gymnastics together, and this past weekend they got to show off some of their tumbling skills at a gymnastics competition. Saturday morning I took the girls to the gym, and after they registered and started their warm-ups, I looked for a place to sit. 232 more words

Wisdom For Wives

The Pharisee and the tax collector in Luke 18: A Conversation with Short Stories by Jesus

We shall continue to explore Levine’s Short Stories by Jesus. Levine turns to the topic from Luke 18 in chapter six where the Pharisee and tax collector appear in the parable. 434 more words



Miscommunication.  I have been learning a TON about this in many different areas in my life.  It’s just better to get rid of it.  Ask for prayer when you need prayer, and share the reasons/circumstances if necessary.  973 more words


Don't Give Up! Keep Storming Heaven

Persistence Pays Off

Over the last week I was reading through the book of Luke. The Lord nudged me about the necessity of persistent prayer, especially as I read Luke 18:1-8. 464 more words


The Sinner

Based on Luke 18:13:

O God, I must stand far away;

I can’t approach Your Throne;

I bow my eyes ’cause there’s no way

I can my sins atone. 130 more words


Luke 18:35-42

To summarize: a blind man sits outside Jericho, begging, and hears a crowd approach. He asks what it means; the people tell him Jesus is coming. 243 more words


God's Mighty Women: The Nag!

Jesus tells a story about a nagging woman – or if we were being a little more polite, a persistent widow – she’s not real, it’s just a story, a parable, but Jesus uses a woman to show how God’s favour can be won. 186 more words

God's Mighty Women