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Making A Plan

And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years, And had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse.  When she had heard of … Continue reading

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Measuring Worth

Matthew 11 is an embarrassing chapter of Holy Writ.  John the Baptist, the one chosen to be the Elijah who would announce Jesus’ Kingdom, the fearless preacher who prepared the way of the Lord, the wild man dressed in camel’s … Continue reading

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New Year Battles

I am beginning the New Year by considering the battles of Joshua.  This is a year in which God’s word to Joshua is clearly a word for us.  For me.  For my children.  Our lives are changing as dramatically as … Continue reading

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Need a Deliverer?

Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he delivered them out of their distresses.  Psalm 107:6 David often wrote in the Psalms about the God who delivers people out of trouble.  I have always thought of deliverance … 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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Moving Aftermath

I have worn myself out with moving, and find myself in bed with a cold.   I am weak.  My eyes and ears hurt.  I am tempted to be anxious about what is left undone, but I have no strength to … Continue reading

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God’s Final Declaration

After every Mt. Carmel, there follows a Juniper bush experience, where like Elijah, my highest highs seem to be followed by my lowest lows.  I have walked with God in heavenly places this month, and if I were to sum … Continue reading

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