Tag: trusting God

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Choosing Joy Even In Our Suffering

Joy is the product of a journey and every journey looks different. But no matter how different one’s journey, our source of joy will always remain the same.

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…by far my favorite year.

It’s been 7 years since we tied the knot; 7 remarkably challenging and insanely eventful years to say the least. Challenges and all, these last 7 years have been the greatest years of my life!  I never would have anticipated celebrating an anniversary in a correctional facility. Yet this year we did. And this year is by far my favorite.  Why? Because for the … Read More …by far my favorite year.

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Oh you who feels broken, tired, weary and lost … please hold on.

Oh you who feels broken, tired, weary and lost … please hold on.

Whatever it is you’re going through — heartache, temptation, illness, doubt and fear — please know that God is still with you.

He’s not left you.

He still cares and He is still working all things together for good.

We are all broken.

We are all weak.

But because of who Jesus is and what he’s done for you and I, we don’t have to live a joyless life believing the lies of the enemy.

You may feel unworthy of His love and mercy much like I do, but don’t let that stop you from accepting and embracing every ounce of it.

Because, yes … He loves even you.

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Even Though, He is Still

01.21.2019 – The Day Before “Even Though, He is Still” came from a place of deep adoration, one of unimaginable awe and wonder as my family and I near the end of a very difficult two-year trial, one that has not only felt relentless but that left our lives changed forever. These last two years have tested my faith more than ever before and … Read More Even Though, He is Still

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Prosperity Perspective: Why Do Evil People Succeed?

Why do evil people succeed? Why does the Lord allow his people to suffer while the wicked prosper in life?
Our perspective on prosperity begins to shift when we focus not on success as it is defined by the world but instead as it is defined by our gracious Redeemer.

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