Spiritual Walk

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While We Wait

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I recently had the opportunity to come alongside a pastor’s wife whose world had turned upside down and so unjustly. Her husband was a Worship/Youth Pastor and found out before Christmas that his position was being eliminated without any warning. The hurt and pain they experienced from the staff was almost unbearable. She recently poured her heart out on paper in a blog but because of the sensitive situation she did not want to publish it where those that caused…

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Heart Murmurs

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I would like to share a blog today from another pastor’s wife that I believe will bless you today. A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22 It all started back in college.  I can still remember that weird flutter and my racing heart.  My husband says it’s because college is where I first met him (he, he, he), but it was really so much more than that.  I went to the doctor, wore a monitor,…

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A Problem Free Life

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Do you ever wish you had a problem-free life? I know there are times I find myself wishing that, but then I come back to reality and remind myself that is not possible here on this earth. My devotional spoke to this recently and I would like to share it with you today. Give up the illusion that you deserve a problem-free life. Part of you is still hungering for the resolution of all difficulties. This is a false hope!…

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A Story of Forgiveness

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I want to share a blog with you today by Cristina Emigh (cristinaemigh.com). I pray her testimony will bless you and help you realize the freedom of living in God’s grace and forgiveness. I met him when I was a naive 16-year-old, my first love.  He was popular, cute and drove a nice truck and our relationship moved fast, so fast in fact that a few months into it – I knew that my body wasn’t right and found out I…

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12 Things to Thank God for in the Midst of Affliction

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I would like to share a blog from Mark Altrogge on a subject that we all deal with and that is “Affliction.” One of the most important things we must do when we suffer is to give thanks. I don’t say this lightly and I know many believers who have endured unimaginable pain and tragedy.  Giving thanks in the midst of agony and affliction is certainly not easy to do.  Yet Ephesians 5:20 tells us we should give thanks “always and for…

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