Category Archives: morality

What (not) to Wear

During a time in the Word this morning, I found myself pausing over the familiar passage in 2 Peter 1:5-8 which says: 5For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; 6and to knowledge, self-control; … Continue reading

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my being in Him

How do you see yourself?  Who is the person who stares back at you in the mirror?  A friend of mine recently posted this as her status on facebook: Are you so busy trying to change yourself that you have … Continue reading

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When He Says “Forever”

In the United States, statistics typically agree that one in two married couples will get a divorce.  The percentage gets higher when we focus on those who have married for a second or third time.  We embrace quick-fix, microwave solutions … 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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Lately, I’ve been blessed to be an observer and sometimes-participator in overhauling my brother’s house. One of the notable days in this process occurred last week when a team came out and fixed the foundation; after that event, I was … Continue reading

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