Monthly Archives: January 2017

AM I THE “SHEEP” -or- THE “SHEPHERD”?

PSALM 23:1-3: “The Lord is my shepherd. He gives me everything I need. He lets me lie down in fields of green grass. He leads me beside quiet waters. He gives me new strength. He guides me in the right … Continue reading

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IT’S NOT FAIR!

MATTHEW 20:9-12: “The workers who were hired about five o’clock came. Each received the usual day’s pay. So when those who were hired first came, they expected to receive more. But each of them also received the usual day’s pay. … Continue reading

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DO I HAVE ENOUGH FAITH?

MATTHEW 17:19-21: “Then the disciples came to Jesus in private. They asked, “Why couldn’t we drive out the demon?” He replied, “Because your faith is much too small. What I’m about to tell you is true. If you have faith … Continue reading

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AM I TRULY CONTENT?

 PSALM 16:5-6: “LORD, you alone are everything I need. You make my life secure. I am very pleased with what you have given me. I am very happy with what I’ve received from you.” (NIRV) OBSERVATION: Am I truly content? … Continue reading

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ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!

 MATTHEW 14:14-17: “When Jesus came ashore, he saw a large crowd. He felt deep concern for them. He healed their sick people. When it was almost evening, the disciples came to him. “There is nothing here,” they said. “It’s already … Continue reading

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“GRIT” or “GRACE”?

PSALM 12:3-4: “May the LORD close all lips that don’t mean what they say. May he stop every tongue that brags. They say, “What we speak with our tongues will win the battle. What we say with our lips will … Continue reading

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RELIGION -or- RELATIONSHIP?

MATTHEW 11:27: “My Father has given all things to me. The Father is the only one who knows the Son. And the only ones who know the Father are the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to make … Continue reading

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