A Love that Will Not Let Us Go Calls Us Out of Our Lethargy

Sunday Afternoon Musings God had a problem with Israel. I suspect he might have the same problem with us. That thought was driven home to me while reading David Timms, Living the Lord’s Prayer. Chapter 8 is a meditation on the phrase “Forgive us our debts as we also have  forgiven our debtors.” Timms quotes … More A Love that Will Not Let Us Go Calls Us Out of Our Lethargy

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More Thoughts on Strengthening Your Heart When You aren’t Forgiven

This continues the post Forgiveness: The Word We Most Need to Hear What do you do to strengthen your heart while you wait for the forgiveness your heart longs for? Remember that there is ONE who forgives perfectly and rejoice in Him (Phil. 4:4; 1 Thess. 5:16-18). Put your trust in God, not in a … More More Thoughts on Strengthening Your Heart When You aren’t Forgiven

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Forgiveness: The Word We Most Need to Hear

Thursday Meditation in Passion Week There is a kind of ‘forgiveness” whose only beneficiary is the forgiver. Perhaps you have been on the receiving end of such forgiveness. You confessed your wrong, acknowledged your guilt, took responsibility for your wickedness, asked for the healing balm of forgiveness and you were granted it. At least, those … More Forgiveness: The Word We Most Need to Hear

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How Deep the Father’s Love for Us, How Vast Beyond All Measure

Another fantastic offering from Kairos Journal. Sometimes the most common things in our lives, (“Yeah, the parable of the prodigal son, I know that story”) are just too familiar for us. We know them and so we dismiss them. We think we know them so we never stop and get out our pick axes and dig … More How Deep the Father’s Love for Us, How Vast Beyond All Measure

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