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Pray About Everything

Pray About Everything

How do I trust God when I’m fearful or anxious? Phil 4:6-7 in the NLT version of the Bible says,“Don’t worry about anything; instead pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.” Sometimes we spend a lot of time thinking about a situation and wondering why…

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Coming Out of the Gutter

Coming Out of the Gutter

According to the dictionary a gutter is defined as: Physical gutters have a purpose. They funnel rain from the roof or the street to the storm drain. They prevent pools of water from collecting on surfaces and causing flooding. At a Bowling alley if the ball goes off course the gutter catches the ball. They essentially help the ball stay in its lane. One thing they appear to have in common in most cases is that they sit below everything…

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Press the Pause Button

Press the Pause Button

And we’re off…ready, set, go! What a busy season we’re in right now. We’ve cooked, decorated, planned, and shopped since at least Thanksgiving. Now we’re running around to pick up last minute gifts or ordering them online hoping they will arrive on time. We are so busy right now! (Unless you’re one of the super organized types that finished shopping months ago and are totally ready with gifts wrapped, cookies baked, and are in the process of planning out 2024…if…

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Kingdom Minded

Kingdom Minded

Scripture reference – Matt 20: 1-16 In this passage of scripture Jesus tells the story of the owner of a vineyard who hires laborers throughout the day to work in his vineyard. At the end of the day all the laborers receive the same pay and it causes anger and frustration. I believe the story encourages us to be kingdom minded instead of relying on the wisdom and logic of man. In this world it seems completely unfair and makes…

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Where is the compassion?

Where is the compassion?

I see someone suffering, but he doesn’t look like me. Why should I help him when it will take something from me? I don’t have the time. I don’t have the money. I’m struggling myself. It doesn’t make sense to help someone else. I turn and walk away from the suffering man. His suffering offends me, convicts me, and messes up my plans. As I walk away and glance over my shoulder a small child walks over to him. The…

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