Tag Archives: believing

take heart

Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord (Psalm 27:14). O Best Beloved, have you ever had prayers inside of you that were so deeply knitted to your spirit you could hardly form the words for … Continue reading

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what difference does it make?

During my Faith journey I have been challenged by people about why I have chosen to live my life as a Christian. Why do you want to live like that? You don’t get to do anything? I bet you hate… … Continue reading

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the next thing

Part of the process with living in a house under construction is that there is never a room that is untouched.  Each room has a light layer of plaster dust, clutter, piles of tools and items to be used in … Continue reading

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Tattoos

Tattoos are pieces of art you wear on your body. It could be an image or a symbol of a loved one who has passed away, or a design that reminds you of a major event in your life. A … Continue reading

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Always

“Oh my God, He will not delay, my refuge and strength, always, always” Today in church, we sang Always by Kristian Stanfill and I was amazed one again by the lyrics. In the weeks coming up to our move to … Continue reading

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Striving for steadfast

This past week has been spring break at my house. It’s been a wonderful time of no alarms, casual clothes, and visits with friends and family. Yesterday as I prepared for church, I felt myself growing anxious about returning to … Continue reading

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