Monthly Archives: April 2014

Restoring Honor

I have done some stupid things in my lifetime for which I am rightfully ashamed.  Shame is an emotion we tend to rationalize rather than a painful presence that leads us to repentance.  I have heard in Christian song and … Continue reading

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Singing A Battle Song

I have been sick for two weeks, and to insult my struggle, I have managed to get into a poison ivy patch.  It is time for my King to war against these insults to my health, and so I woke … Continue reading

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Fornication and Arrogance

Fornication and Arrogance When one mentions the “sin of David,” we immediately remember the events surrounding Bathsheba’s bath on the rooftop, David’s lust and deceitful murder of her husband Uriah, and the death of their first born child. It is … Continue reading

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Returning to God

I have been in a season of desperation over the past several weeks.  I am unsatisfied in my ability to hear God’s voice.  I am uncertain about my day-to-day responsibility in relation to pleasing Him.  I wonder about growing old … Continue reading

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What Do I Lack?

The young man saith unto him, All these things have I kept from my youth up: what lack I yet? Matthew 19:20 We have had three miserable days without sunshine, and I am feeling it in my bones. I want … Continue reading

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