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Is God sending you signs? 3 Signs God Is Trying To Tell You Something!

Here are three signs that God might be trying to tell you something very important. Unraveling A few years before I came to saving faith in Christ, things started to unravel for me. I wasn’t married, and it seemed every

What About Today?

How to really live instead of just existing has plagued me for years. I know the truth that all believers are a new creation in Christ. But very few believers live with the joy of the Lord. Why is that? I think

Let God Help You Create A Plan For The New Year!

Think differently…Change your mind… changing your conduct–for the Kingdom of God is at hand…. Let your lives prove your change of heart. (Matthew 3:2,8 AMP) It was a new season, a new age. A new kingdom had come. John the

After Thought: Where is God in the Storm?

After hurricanes, other natural disasters, and acts of terrorism, someone inevitably asks, “Where is God?” What they’re really asking is, “How can a loving God allow such horrific pain and suffering to happen?” So often columnists venture upon divine judgment

Are You experiencing A Self-Imposed Fog?

I read a devotional the other day on trusting God through the fog, the writer recounting a difficult drive down a foggy mountain road and trusting God to take her safely home. I have not had that experience of driving

As Thanksgiving approaches, Are you Thankful?

Sometimes, I annoy myself.  In fact, often times I annoy myself.  I’m a whiner. Sometimes to my husband, mostly to God. Why don’t people like me? Don’t they appreciate my talent? Why does everyone else our age get to go

Creation Speaks

If we are willing, and if we allow ourselves the space to listen, God’s voice surrounds us. Spring is the time of rebirth. I love the variations of green. The lime green of the new leaves and the turning to

Maybe You Just Need to Ask for More!

If you then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in Heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him! (Luke 11:13)   I love the redemptive

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