Monthly Archives: January 2016

Write On: 7 Prompts for You

  Write about something stressful in your past that worked out to some good. Write about something stressful going on now. Brainstorm all the ways God can work it for good and how you might be refined to be a bit … Continue reading

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Shame, Guilt, Condemnation

Nope. I’m not supposed to feel any of those emotions. They belong to Satan. But, dang. I sure blew it. Epic fail. The sad soul who’s been squatting in my brother’s basement for, oh, maybe 17 years, was smoking. Sad … Continue reading

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Are We in a Relationship?

When we’re in a relationship, we know traits about the person’s character that others who aren’t in a relationship with that person wouldn’t know or haven’t experienced first hand. Barbie loves dogs. Jason tells jokes. Don gives up easily. Sandy has a … Continue reading

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Omni-this, Omni-that: This is that important

I was reading Beth Moore’s The Beloved Disciple, and came across this sentence, “Satan is not omnipotent.” I put the book down to think through God’s omnis and Satan’s lack of omnis. God is omnipresent. Satan is not. Therefore, because I have authority … Continue reading

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