God is Amazing

The Sermon on the Mount ends with a comment from the author. Matthew, the converted tax collector, concluded his chapter narration by saying: When Jesus had finished these words, the crowds were amazed at His teaching; for He was teaching them as one having authority, and not as their scribes, (Matthew 7:28-29 New American Standard Bible). First, the crowd listened,

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Saran Wrap Faith

When I think of the word cleave in Joshua 23:8, I’m sorry to say I think of Saran Wrap. After all, what clings better than plastic wrap? Even the off brands do well preserving freshness. My brand adds an extra promise, “Clings tight without a fight.” Wow, I don’t think the manufacturer’s marketing team realized what a powerful spiritual tagline

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Uphold Your True Image

Do you love taking pictures? I love capturing memorable moments. I remember my first 1-megapixel digital camera. It provided more pictures than my old film camera without the photo development cost. I was an amateur photographer on steroids. My children, however, developed camera phobia. I wanted to celebrate every moment, but I’m sure years of chasing them with a camera

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Angel on the Phone

I dread problem solving over the phone. Trying to speak with a representative of an insurance, utility, or government office is not my idea of fun. I know; you may say it’s an opportunity to share the love of Jesus to a faceless soul. You’d be right, but frankly, I just want to get my problem solved. (Shame on me.)

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7 Thoughts about Spiritual Fishing

Sharing our faith should be natural and not forced, but I was afraid my witnessing efforts had become nonexistent. I’d spent little time in conversation with people; it’s hard to build new relationships or even cultivate old ones as a full-time caregiver. Jesus, however, helped me rethink my circumstance. Here are 7 thoughts about spiritual fishing that stirred my heart

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Breaking a Self-proclaimed Sense of Failure

Have you ever felt unsuccessful? Your dream is unfulfilled, or your present struggle is causing your faith and confidence to wane. I recently discovered that successful women often bear a self-proclaimed sense of failure. Before I started a career in writing, I fell into this trap. When my first article submission was published by an international Christian magazine I cried.

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