Category Archives: justice

Boast in Love

Do you know my Jesus?  Have you seen the furious mercy of the interceding judge?  Have you heard the thunderous whispers of the Word made flesh who raised no protest at the insults rained upon Him?  Look and see Him, … Continue reading

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September 18, 2010

Dear Friends, The most critical hour of human history is upon us. Evil is rising at an unprecedented rate, propelling us forward to the coming of the antichrist and his one world order, and ultimately to the triumphant return of … Continue reading

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abominable reputation

Near the end of last week, I was listening to a sermon that referenced Luke 16:15.  Jesus is talking to the people about the dishonest manager, who, through his shrewdness, canceled debts owed to his master and made friends with … Continue reading

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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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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

Posted in discouragement, encouragement, faith, flat tire, grace, hope, justice, pain, patience, persistence, strong, tribulation, trust | 14 Comments