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Does God Play Hard to Get?

Text: Luke 15:18-19

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Does God Play Hard to Get?

How many here this morning think that God plays hard to get? 2,327 more words

Faith

Guilt vs. Shame

Because they are not the same, they call for different responses.

Recently I was talking with a friend with professional training in psychology. We were discussing guilt and shame. 1,904 more words

Bible

July 1 @ Luke 15-16

Luke 15-16 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He searches for His lost ones, rejoicing when they are found.

I lost my purse years ago.  Well, actually it was stolen out of my car and was lost to me.  610 more words

Daily Devotions

The Other Son

His cigarette smoke joined the dull morning sky. The sun shined from some imperceptible point behind the clouds as the light refracted evenly across the mist. 1,655 more words

Writing

Angry at the father, but the father shows compassion

04.16.2017 New Testament: Luke 15.28–32

To read the Bible in a year, read Luke 15.11–32 on April 16, In the year of our Lord 2017… 252 more words

Email Devotionals

a-Lenten-prayer-a-day, day 17, Monday, March 20, 2017

Note: As a personal, spiritual discipline, I write a prayer for each of the forty days of Lent; each petition focusing on a theme, truly, relating to a care or concern weighing on my mind and heart, at times, vexing my soul and spirit… 367 more words

A Personal Reflection

Don't be prodigal in your prayers!

https://ancientanswersdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/2017-02-12_10-17.m4a

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