Monthly Archives: January 2017

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO HUMAN DECENCY?

PSALMS 36:1-4: “Here are the words God has given me to say about the evil ways of anyone who sins. He doesn’t have any respect for God. He praises himself so much that he can’t see his sin or hate … Continue reading

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A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE “STUBBORN” HEART…

MARK 6:50-52: “They all saw him and were terrified. Right away he said to them, “Be brave! It is I. Don’t be afraid.” Then he climbed into the boat with them. The wind died down. And they were completely amazed. … Continue reading

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WHAT DO I DO AFTER I AM FORGIVEN?

PSALM 32:5-11: “Then I admitted my sin to you. I didn’t cover up the wrong I had done. I said, “I will admit my lawless acts to the Lord.” And you forgave the guilt of my sin. Selah Let everyone … Continue reading

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POSITIONING MY HEART TO SUCCEED…

PSALM 31:23-24: “Love the Lord, all of you who are faithful to him! The Lord watches over the faithful. But he completely pays back those who are proud. Be strong, all of you who put your hope in the Lord. Never … Continue reading

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AM I LETTING MY PAST DEFINE ME?

EXODUS 5:20-23: “When they left Pharaoh, they found Moses and Aaron waiting to meet them. They said to Moses and Aaron, “We want the Lord to look at what you have done! We want him to judge you for it! … Continue reading

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THE MYSTERY OF LOVE…

 MATTHEW 25:37-40: “Then the people who have done what is right will answer him. ‘Lord,’ they will ask, ‘when did we see you hungry and feed you? When did we see you thirsty and give you something to drink? When … Continue reading

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IF I WAS GIVING THE “INAUGURAL PRAYER”…

MATTHEW 23:8-12: “But you shouldn’t be called ‘Rabbi.’ You have only one Master, and you are all brothers. Do not call anyone on earth ‘father.’ You have one Father, and he is in heaven. You shouldn’t be called ‘teacher.’ You … Continue reading

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