Tag Archives: beloved god

Climbing

Every weekday morning the crowds gathered. They stood waiting in line outside the Life Museum. Security guards managed to keep order by roping off the main foyer allowing one at a time groups of twelve to enter the eastern wing. The … Continue reading

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Sin

Sin is an ancient Greek archery term meaning “missing the mark” of the target of perfection. Sin is the antithesis of perfection which is the absolute standard of righteousness and holiness of Almighty God displayed for all humanity in the law of the Ten Commandments … Continue reading

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Worship

God designed us innately as worshipful creatures. We were made to worship! With a central throne the heart of man is structured. God’s intention is for us to worship Him on that throne. It’s His personal seat. Every moment of every day … Continue reading

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Faithfulness

God puts pictures of Himself all around us. But do we have eyes to see them? The fruit of the Spirit can operate unnoticed in our lives until He highlights it for us. Faithfulness is a fruit of the Spirit (Gal. … Continue reading

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The Pink Ribbon

Years ago our youngest daughter struggled with separation anxiety while sleeping alone in her room. To help her feel more secure and connected to me, I cut a lengthy strand of pink (her favorite color) gift wrapping ribbon and tied … Continue reading

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The Coming Division (Part 1)

A division is happening within the church. The pope is calling all people of the world to gather under his umbrella for a one world religion. The bishop, Tony Palmer, assumes the role of his spokesperson. All of those who call themselves … Continue reading

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Resurrection Cake

Our bodies are gifts to us, temples of the Holy Spirit. God desires for us to eat clean, healthy foods that nourish and strengthen our bodies so that we can avoid unnecessary disease and fulfill His will and purposes. After filling up on … Continue reading

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Pray

Do we know the power of our prayers? Do we know that God awaits our prayers and wants to answer them? Do we know that our prayers ascend for God to hold in the golden bowls of incense before His throne? Do we know … Continue reading

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Glory Due

From Adam forward Over all the earth In every nation every state every town every home Every man and boy Every woman and girl Rich and poor Black and white From first gasp To last breath Praising you Worshiping You … Continue reading

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Authority

“Bruno,” Jake whispered in baritone as he stomped through the wilted tulips approaching the tool shed, “over here.” Jake leaned over in the shadows to stuff his ragged jeans and jacket pockets full of expensive tools. His long whiskers were … Continue reading

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Stepping into Ephesians

Let us take a glimpse into reality and lose ourselves in Ephesians 3:16-19, which describes the riches of Christ’s glory in the Sabbath rest to which we have complete access by faith. This passage (in the Amplified version) says: 16 … Continue reading

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Through God’s Eyes

When I look at myself in the mirror each morning, how do I feel? What are my thoughts about myself looking back at me? Might I see myself through the eyes of a critical parent? Or perhaps through the eyes … Continue reading

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