Fight for what’s left!

Fight for what’s left!

After a big disaster there will be ruins. In spite of you moving forward in life you need to deal with those ruins as a first step to recovery. Nehemiah and his More »

Struck down but not destroyed

Struck down but not destroyed

Ever faced a blow or a setback and you thought that’s the end? Sometimes we need to learn to differentiate between “getting struck down” and “destroyed”. Paul said, More »

The Comeback warrior

The Comeback warrior

“So David and his men wept aloud until they had no strength left to weep. David’s two wives had been captured—Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail, the widow of Nabal of Carmel.” – 1 More »

Grass is greener where you water it

Grass is greener where you water it

Beware of anything that comes easy and that does not involve the CROSS. It’s probably a counterfeit, so run away from those things. Anything that comes easy without the cross is a More »

Will I make it?

Will I make it?

Have you ever felt low and ashamed immediately after a high achievement? It’s a weird feeling of discouragement that no one can explain in words. Almost the entire memory of your recent More »

 

Life Beyond

“If someone dies, will they live again?” (Job 14:14) This question posed by Job in the depths of his suffering is far from unique to him. People on every continent, in every era, and in every station of life have wonder about the same thing:  Is death the end? Or is there something beyond? How […]
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Faith to Endure

  “Why would God allow children to die?” “How could He let innocent people suffer?” “Why does evil run rampant over those who have done nothing wrong?” Questions like these frequent the lips of those who were once was a faithful followers of Christ yet today live in doubt. Most often the queries aren’t intellectual […]
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Of Lasting Value

Have you ever felt that your life was like a roller coaster? You’re up one day, and then down the next as life seems to constantly toss you from side to side. Well, people in the 21stcentury aren’t the first ones to feel that way.  Consider the patriarch Job. As you move through the Old […]
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Good Friends – Bad Advice

Ever go to a friend for advice only to end up more confused and discouraged than when you showed up? That’s pretty much what happened in the story of Job.  The first few chapters of the book recount what can accurately be described as possibly the most devastating “worst case scenario” of all time. Unaware […]
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Faith & Suffering

The world is full of injustices. Not the sudo-injustices or faked outrage that you see daily on social media where people claim to be offended by the most minute and ridiculous things. For example, the absurd nature of eliminating the statement that “America is a land of opportunity” because it’s “a racist, sexist micro-aggression” or banning […]
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Fight for what’s left!

fight-for-whats-left

After a big disaster there will be ruins. In spite of you moving forward in life you need to deal with those ruins as a first step to recovery.

Nehemiah and his people set a great example on how to deal with the disasters of life. They set to rebuild the broken walls of Jerusalem after it was destroyed by its enemies. But it was not without opposition.

Accused

When my kids were younger, I got pretty good at deciphering the real meaning behind a question.  Like, “Can you stay downstairs a while?” really meant, “I’m up to something so hurry upstairs as quickly as possible.”  Or “I like these shoes. Can I take them off?” really meant, “Don’t buy the shoes because I’m […]
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Struck down but not destroyed

struck-down-but-not-destroyed

Ever faced a blow or a setback and you thought that’s the end? Sometimes we need to learn to differentiate between “getting struck down” and “destroyed”. Paul said,