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Looking Backward for Confidence to Move Forward with Courage

Ancestry, 23 and Me, and other DNA analysis companies have been on the rise the last several years. But why? It is simple, actually. People want to know more about their heritage; where they came from; the stories that encompass their lineage. As we learn about our ancestors, our imaginations become full of pictures of what life was like back…

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Regardless of Who You Voted For…

Regardless of who you voted for… regardless of if your desired candidate won or not, there is a Christian response to the election that we should all have. Consider the instruction from the apostle Peter. 11 Dear friends, I urge you, as foreigners and exiles, to abstain from sinful desires, which wage war against your soul. 12 Live such good lives among the pagans that, though…

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Trusting God with the Blank Spaces

Imagine reading a book to your child and in the middle of the story, closing the book, and having your child try to write the ending. How would it go? The chances are they would not write the same ending. Now think about life. How many of us wish we could take over sovereign control over how everything is going?…

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What Causes Disunity Among Christians?

 Do you ever find yourself longing for unity—in our world, our country, our city? In your own life and relationships? More than just a sentiment, we want the real thing! It turns out that Jesus longed for this kind of unity too. In fact, He spent part of His longest recorded prayer praying for unity among His followers. 20 “My prayer…

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The Difference Between Forgiveness and Trust

Forgiveness is something we all need. And yet it is one of the most difficult things to give. In fact, Jesus makes a strong point that His followers ought to forgive every single time. 21 Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?” 22 Jesus…

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Should I Pray for the Desires of My Heart?

We all have prayers that are birthed from our desires. But what if our desires do not correspond to God’s plan? Are we still allowed to pray to God for them? Matthew 26:39 gives us a unique window into Jesus’s prayer life, especially since this prayer takes place in the garden of Gethsemane just hours before being (wrongfully) arrested, and…

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