Tag Archives: Marc Kinna

This is the Lord

He is a refuge for the poor and a refuge for the needy in distress. The Lord will be our shelter. He will wipe away every tear. Our joy will be complete as we trust in the Lord: rejoice in … Continue reading

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Pouncing on the Voice of God

Prophets are often damned if they do and damned if they don’t: this is the life of a prophet of God.  Today we see Jeremiah’s friends wait for him to slip so they can pounce on him. Sound familiar? Time … Continue reading

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Tolerating Poor Leadership

King Amon picked up the bad parts and not the godly parts of his father’s life and example. Pride is one of those habits or heart conditions which seems to act like a trump card, and we see today that … Continue reading

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Environmental Impact of Sin

Our planet suffers from the consequence of our sin as much as it does from our poor stewardship. The earth is defiled because we have disobeyed God and broken his everlasting covenant. Consider the impact of your relationship with God … Continue reading

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Listen Up Clay Pot

God was ready to smash Jerusalem like a clay pot so that they would be beyond repair. Why? Because they were stiff-necked and would not listen to the Lord. Are you listening? We have the Spirit guiding us and convicting … Continue reading

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Pay Attention

King Manasseh was bent on turning his own way. In fact, he led the people of Judah to do more evil than all the pagan nations around them. Then, when God spoke to them, they paid no attention. It took … Continue reading

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Training Up This Child

We are all uniquely created and nurtured by God toward his purpose for us. The Lord set me on a path, starting me off and training me up toward his purpose for me.  And so, why am I so foolish, … Continue reading

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