Knives, Gavels, Whys & Staying Self-Aware

Judgment. What an ugly, destructive & powerful thing it is. We wield it like a knife, slashing away at whatever or whoever we feel justified slashing at. Or as a gavel, ready to pound away at whatever or whoever makes us squirm. Judge not lest you be judged. I have certainly been guilty. These days …

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Accepted

"The mountains are being removed in your life. Your mountain is as nothing before Me. Before the mountain standing in your way was - I AM. I was before and I will be after. I am reducing the mountain of adversity in your life to nothing. The mountain and the obstacle in your way will …

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Ramblings On What’s Important, What Isn’t & A Prayer To Help Us Through

Life is fragile. There is so much good & so much evil in this world. I don't understand how people make it without a relationship with God.  Loving each other through the difficulties is so important. Forgiveness is so important. Being willing to meet at least halfway is so important.  Having faith in God & …

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Noses, Hearts & Humility

When we look down our nose, the only thing we ought to be looking at is our heart... That's what came to me as I pondered what to share this morning. None of us have the right, the wisdom or the throne to judge another soul for their choices. None of us are without sin …

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Can You?

"It is your portion to be loved. You have wondered and speculated what your purpose in My kingdom might be. Beyond every other concept and idea, it is your highest task to simply be loved. Outside of understanding My love there is nothing to be accomplished. Every religious effort, every monumental effort is completely without …

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Gripping My Own Frailty

“As we come to grips with our own selfishness and stupidity, we make friends with the impostor and accept that we are impoverished and broken and realize that, if we were not, we would be God. The art of gentleness toward ourselves leads to being gentle with others.." - Brennan Manning  Truth. The more flawed …

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