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Put Away Childish Things

I got up early this morning so I could get some work done before the kids get up. They are up now, having a chat in the kitchen while I sat and got some things wrapped up. I had to

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Posted in Christian Love, Christian Support, Christian Values

Compromises

How much am I willing to compromise? This is a question I’m thinking about today, and maybe sharing my struggles will help someone else ask themselves the same question. There are decisions I’m trying to make for my family and

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Posted in Christian Faith, Christian Love, Christian ministry, My Journey / Christian Life

What Matters Most

One thing Jesus criticized the religious leaders of his day for was “neglecting the weightier matters of the law: judgment, mercy, and faith.” As Christians, we should be trying to learn what righteous judgment looks like. As we learn judgment,

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Thank You…

This is going to sound strange, but I want to say thank you to someone out there who was praying for me this morning. You were heard, and the Lord Jesus is good! Over the past few weeks, I had

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Due Respect

I might seem like I have no respect for the pastoral office or other leadership roles within the church. I admit that I have a hard time with that, but I think my difficulty stems from the abuse of these

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Posted in Christian Love, Christian ministry, going to church

The Most Important Things

I’m feeling a bit heart-broken lately, y’all. I want to kind of pour my heart out to all five or so of you who will read this 🙂 Words are hard sometimes, you know? Some situations are complicated, and trying

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Posted in Christian Doctrine, Christian Faith, Christian Love, Last Days / Prophesy, My Journey / Christian Life, Spiritual Warefare

Your Brethren That Hated You…

It seems to me that Jesus has a soft spot for the underdogs, the rejected, those cast out or oppressed, and so on. It seems to me that Jesus stands by those who meekly and humbly follow him, those who

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The Problem with Kings: Prologue

Good people want to be led and power-seeking people want to lead. Not always, but that is a general rule throughout all of time. People who are good at being led and conforming to social pressures do well in school,

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Posted in Christian Faith, Christian Love, Christian ministry, Christian Support, Christian Worship, going to church, Last Days / Prophesy

Thankful for Christian Brethren

Christians need one another, and I see this in my life very often. I want to say how thankful I am for my brothers and sisters in Christ. We are a body in Christ, right? One of us might have

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Not for What We Believe, But to Who We Belong

Does Jesus love someone because they believe in a certain teaching or belong to a certain denomination of Christianity? I’ve been thinking about my own Christian journey, one of lukewarm faith to dangerous zealousness–a zeal to my own detriment, mostly.

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These are the things that ye shall do: Speak ye every man the truth to his neighbour; execute the judgment of truth and peace in your gates: And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbour; and love no false oath: for all these are things I hate, saith the Lord.  — Zechariah 8:16-17