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like a warm waterfall

“I wish I could fix everything I wish I would practice all I preach What I find, over and over, is Into Your hands we eventually fall. I wish I could see everything I wish I would always come out … Continue reading

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thankfulness

“In the Christian community thankfulness is just what it is anywhere else in the Christian life. Only he who gives thanks for the little things receives the big things […] if we do not give thanks daily for the Christian … Continue reading

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power in weakness

“There is the fullness of God’s power and his outstretched arm. For where man’s strength ends, God’s strength begins, provided faith is present and waits on him […] even so Christ was powerless on the cross; and yet there he … Continue reading

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weakness and dependence on God

Been lately feeling really convicted by my sin and weakness to change — my own selfish tendencies and how I put them above others’ interests, my desire for comfort, my pride at small successes when there is still such a … Continue reading

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the biggest movement of the Holy Spirit

“There will be evidenced in the churches something that has not been seen before — a coming together of those with an emphasis on the Word and those with an emphasis on the Spirit. When the Word and the Spirit … Continue reading

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reverse beatitudes

Awhile back I saw an idea on someone’s blog* of writing your own “reverse beatitudes” – trying to write statements that actually mean the opposite of the beatitudes, in order to grasp more fully what those famous statements from Matthew … Continue reading

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the ‘positives’ of economic growth

“We have come to the end of the ‘positives’ that economic growth can bring.” — Wilkinson and Pickett I went to a conference at the beginning of December where Ann Morisy, one of the keynote speakers, gave this quote, and … Continue reading

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