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Soak Up God

God is our God. Our personal God. God desires to have a very personal relationship with each of us. He knows the number of hairs on your head. He knit you together in your mother’s womb. And he set forth … Continue reading

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Reconciliation I: Banished and Estranged

We often want to hold grudges and take revenge.  And even when we desire reconciliation, often we do not activate forgiveness and restoration.  Today we read of King David stuck in this predicament with his son Absalom and how he … Continue reading

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Esteemed of God

If you could be rich or have a good name, which would you choose?  Today we see that a good name – a positive reputation in the community – is of great value.  To be esteemed is better than silver … Continue reading

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Big Picture Answers to Prayer

Sometimes it seems like we ask God for a fish and we get a snake.  Or we ask for an egg and we get a scorpion. If God doesn’t give what we ask for, is it even worth even praying?  … Continue reading

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Reset by the Will of God

King Jehoiakim’s name means, “he whom Yahweh has set up.” The terrible truth is that God is willing for his precious and holy things to spend time in enemy territory in order to fashion his children into his image. This … Continue reading

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Victory of Commoners and Kings

God desires for us to pursue him and his ways.  First. Some of us still think we know better, yet our victory, from commoners to kings, rests with the Lord.  Our challenge today is to turn back to God and … Continue reading

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Pastoral Relationships

In day-to-day church life we can’t fight the pastor on everything.  That will beat them down and make the ministry unfruitful. Our pastors are servants of the Lord and we often treat them like they are on our payroll.  They … Continue reading

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