Category Archives: Mark

All In

In our worship and in our obedience and surrender to our Father in heaven, are we all in? Or are we skimming from the top? Are we giving the surplus of our time, treasure, and talent to God? Are we … Continue reading

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Taking Courage

Our Lord knows we struggle and he allows a good portion of struggle in our lives to increase our reliance on Jesus, who proves he cares for us over and over. So how could we forget? How could we doubt? … Continue reading

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Prophets, Hometowns, and Negative Nellies

Prophets have no honour in their hometowns and among family. We have seen this to be true in our experiences. Quite often, if we don’t understand and we can’t explain, we oppose. We take offense. In doing so, we miss … Continue reading

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The Storm Isn’t The Issue

Are you facing storms of life? Everything you face is under the authority of Jesus already. Which means that the storm isn’t the issue. He has proved himself over and over and over. This is about your faith and how … Continue reading

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Compassion Fulfills Greatest Commandment

What angers God? The hardness of the religious to the compassion of God. People who claim to follow God who then withhold the compassion of toward others make him angry. Today we see this in the example of Jesus healing … Continue reading

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Judging on the Sabbath

Jesus himself is Lord of the Sabbath, and it was made for us to have rest and reflection on the goodness of creation and our relationship with our Maker. It is good to stop. Don’t make it a reason to … Continue reading

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Choked: Move Off the Rocky Ground

Sometimes, the soil in our relationship with God is shallow. We don’t have the deep roots we used to have, and the ground of our lives is less fertile. Becoming accepting to the Word of God again is a major … Continue reading

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