Reverence Eyes

When we stop and contemplate how awe-inspiring God is, how complete He is from all-knowing to all-seeing, it’s impossible to truly consider who He is without feeling really, really small and insignificant. Once we’ve landed in that spot, His love can really work in us, as we learn that the creator of all created us, […]

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Building Your Skyline

Encouragement is the ultimate construction tool. Nothing builds up faster, elevates quicker or edifies with greater success than encouragement. There is no greater motivator. We’re all tortured with doubts, as fear tries to imprison us in a cage made with bars of disbelief. For many, this crippling assault prevents us from ever achieving much of […]

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Never Go Hungry

In my reading this morning I came across a passage I’ve read dozens of times before. For some reason, it jumped out at me as something to share – so maybe it’s something you need to hear today, who knows.  Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and […]

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Love Never Ends

Current headlines would have us all believe our problems begin and end with political figures, diets, gun control or any number of other agendas pushed on us by those who profit in some way or another from media outlets, both social and corporate. The reality is our problems all stem from a lack of one […]

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Why Bad is Good…

Why do we crave everything to go well for us? Why do we want treasures on Earth? Why do we crave a good life? What is it that we think we’ll gain? When everything is working beautifully, we often turn our backs on the best there is. Having an over abundance of blessings here leads […]

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Where Are You Leading?

Every day, whether we realize it or not, we’re leading others. Our words, our actions, our plans, our dreams, the way we walk, talk, drive and act all represent a road map of sorts. Are we leading people where they need to go? Or are we leading them astray? Do we handle stress by pointing […]

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Porchlight

When I was a kid, I’d play outside all day. But once the darkness came, I’d see the porch light come on and know it was time to go home. My friends and I were so engrossed in whatever we were doing that we didn’t anticipate the coming darkness. The light was our signal to […]

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