Tag Archives: Marc Kinna

Sarge

The absence of the loved one is felt in every moment in which they were formerly present. Which leaves us in the moment in which we can be embraced by the One who knows us better than anyone and wants … Continue reading

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End of Our Ropes

When the things we hold dear crumble or when our hopes are dashed, God is there. When we are hopeless, we need God more than ever. And when we turn to God in those times, we actually realize that the … Continue reading

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Fishing

I would like to be a fisher for Jesus. Not with nets or lures or hooks. That’s not how he did it. Jesus shared his love with every person regardless of their social status, race or religion, or health situation. … Continue reading

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Kingdom Near

A light dawns through Jesus and his presence. He is the great light to those living in darkness and in the land of the shadow of death. Jesus brought the kingdom of heaven near. If we embrace this light and … Continue reading

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Answer

God has nothing to prove. Jesus has nothing to prove. He doesn’t owe you or me anything. Jesus was in control of everything that he did and that was happening to him during the incarnation. Jesus doesn’t owe us an … Continue reading

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Tempter Coming

Satan is always active, yet we can expect him to attack during our weak times. When are you most at risk of attack? Do you put on a front and a facade of stability and strength even in those times? … Continue reading

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Wading In

Are you baptized? If you are a follower of Jesus, what is holding you back? The time is now. God will be pleased. That’s what the example of Jesus being baptized by John at the Jordan River shows us. Now … Continue reading

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