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You Can’t Stop Now!

Today, I'd like to share my heart with you. I've been in a season of waiting and preparation. On the one hand, it's been very rewarding. On the other, it's been quite a challenge. The reward is that I've been able to hone in on my spiritual growth and tend to the areas in which… Continue reading You Can’t Stop Now!

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X-MEN: What’s Your X-Story?

In the X-Men series, Jean is considered to be the most powerful of all the X-men. She is so powerful that Dr. Charles Xavier has to control her mind in order to contain her power. On the other hand, his archnemesis, Magneto, wants to make her aware of the power she possesses but for all… Continue reading X-MEN: What’s Your X-Story?

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Get Naked: Part 2

In part 1, we dealt with getting naked before God. Today, I want to discuss the power that comes with getting naked before others. I once read a quote by Steven Furtick that said, "Don't compare your behind the scenes with someone else's highlight reel". While pondering this quote, I thought about how our timelines… Continue reading Get Naked: Part 2

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Get Naked: Part I

We are imperfect beings living in a sinful world that encourages catering to your desires and being led by impulse instead of wisdom. Constantly, we are told the lie that we can be whatever we want to be and that is the only way to happiness. The truth is… both are dangerous. There is no… Continue reading Get Naked: Part I

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Forgive Yourself

Romans 8:1-2 1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. I have always been very analytical.… Continue reading Forgive Yourself

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My Lessons on Grace: 2

On Monday, we focused mainly on giving grace to others. Today, I'd like to concentrate on being partakers of grace. While contemplating what the most powerful illustrations of grace in my life have been, my marriage was the first to come to mind. When I met my husband, I had built a self-created emotional barricade… Continue reading My Lessons on Grace: 2

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My Lessons on Grace: 1

For most of my childhood, my mother wrestled with drug addiction. I even remember periods when my sister and I would be alone for days. There were times when I knew we were in harm's way but I am grateful for the gracious protection of God. Eventually, our grandparents took us in and raised us… Continue reading My Lessons on Grace: 1