Monthly Archives: December 2009

musings (part 2)

Before God can vindicate us, He must first scrutinize us.  1 Corinthians 4:4   Jesus’ first action on this earth was to completely trash Mary and Joseph’s reputations. Being Spirit-led is more important than man’s opinion.   “When you’re a … Continue reading

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with all of my heart — ben woodward and jaye thomas

I love Ben Woodward’s music and his heart as a worship leader, and stumbled over this song today to share with all of you.  The video quality isn’t the best, but the song so captures where my heart has been … Continue reading

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battle scars and racing stripes

I was in an in-between, “sort of” dialogue with the Lord earlier today–meaning I was halfway praying and partly complaining, and He inserted Himself into my musings.  Let me be frank from the beginning and admit that I sometimes think … Continue reading

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Tale-Bearing (by Spurgeon)

Wish I had written this! ________________ Tale-bearing emits a threefold poison; for it injures the teller, the hearer, and the person concerning whom the tale is told. Whether the report be true or false, we are by this precept of … Continue reading

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