The Lord’s Prayer

I think every­one can agree that prayer is pow­er­ful and impor­tant. But what did Jesus have to say about it? He mod­eled how we should pray in Matthew 6. He starts out by telling the peo­ple that they should not pray because they want to impress those that might be lis­ten­ing. Prayer is to be…

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God Can Move That Mountain!

Do you believe that God is able to move the moun­tains in your life? No mat­ter who you are or what your life looks like, there are moun­tains that loom like great insur­mount­able obsta­cles. I’m talk­ing about obsta­cles of Mount Ever­est pro­por­tion. It may look hope­less and your heart may be so heavy that you might…

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What About Repentance?

It is near­ly impos­si­ble to lis­ten to the dai­ly news with­out hear­ing about anoth­er shoot­ing, ter­ror­ist attack, riot or oth­er civil upheaval.  Those pro­mot­ing and par­tic­i­pat­ing in the­se activ­i­ties feel com­plete­ly jus­ti­fied in their actions.  Are they? Is it ok to protest and let your voice be heard?  Sure and it is even a good thing. …

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Psalm 23 Part 2


A con­tin­ued look at Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shep­herd, I shall not want! Even though I walk through the val­ley of the shad­ow of death, I fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff, they com­fort me. The “val­ley of the shad­ow of death” has also been trans­lat­ed “dark­est val­ley.”…

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Psalm 23 Part 1

The shepherd takes care of His sheep

Let’s take a look at Psalm 23 and how we can apply it to our lives. The Lord is my shep­herd, I shall not want. A shep­herd is very dif­fer­ent from a sheep herder. A sheep herder goes along behind the sheep and chas­es them while herd­ing them in the direc­tion he wants them to go. The…

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Cease Striving

Peace, Striving

Cease striv­ing and know that I am God.” I sat down to write a blog post and dis­cov­ered that I had noth­ing to say! My mind and body were so over­whelmed with how busy I was that I couldn’t think, let alone come up with some pro­found word to share with you. I found myself won­der­ing where…

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