Category Archives: Romans

Indebted to Grace

We invite God in. Take us again, God. Overcome our wandering. So that we might be fully yours and reflecting your Son. This is our prayer and the posture of our hearts as we stand in the grace which Jesus … Continue reading

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Conquering Confidence

There is now no longer any condemnation because of Jesus. All that is left is upside. We are more than conquerors through him who loved us. This means we can face everything the world has to offer us in that … Continue reading

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Guatemala III: Favourite Words

Alvaro is the little dynamo I at English House in Guatemala this week. He has been in the program for less than one month and he is learning English much faster than I am learning Spanish. At lunch I asked … Continue reading

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Living in Worship

Coram Deo: living in the presence of God. Living in God’s presence in surrender to his leadership and in a way that glorifies him, gives us a posture of worship. Consider what God has done and who he is and … Continue reading

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Never Separate

Praise God for his indescribable gift to us in Christ! People and circumstances may plant seeds in us to tell us we are separated or abandoned by God. Our confidence, though, comes from God and not man. God promises nothing … Continue reading

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Saving Seats

You can’t save seats. Not in heaven. Only in church. Only at your dinner table. Only on your sofa. Or at a coffee shop. Or restaurant. Invest in people so that hopefully they will meet Jesus and trust in him … Continue reading

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Hard Lessons of Wandering

God wants his people back. And sometimes, he allows us to go down paths without him as part of his patience. I don’t want to be alone without God’s protective hand in this world. Many choose to live fully on … Continue reading

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