Tagged: “hope”

Use your words…

Use your words…

What do you think of when you see this picture? You may know, it is a picture of my favorite book/story/movie/cartoon and everything, Alice in Wonderland. This is the White Rabbit. Anytime the Red Queen announces a thing, he comes charging in, blaring his trumpet, and yells in the midst of the assembly what the […]

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The name of Jesus – What’s in a name? Pt. 2

The name of Jesus – What’s in a name? Pt. 2

We covered that the name of Jesus came by inheritance. We are going to look at the next way it came…it came by bestowal.  Bestowal- by Grant or by a physical symbol of recognition.   Therefore, God elevated Him to the place of highest honor and gave Him the name above all other names, that at […]

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Carry Jesus’ Burdens Today

Carry Jesus’ Burdens Today

In the seasons of our life where we feel things are out of balance and heavy, we need to learn some things from Jesus. We need a change of perspective. Maybe we need a new wine-skin. Perhaps we need a complete overhaul. Whatever it is, He will speak to you Words that will shift you into a place of rest for your soul.

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We can ask. Prayer is simple.

We can ask. Prayer is simple.

I’ve spent years being frustrated as a Christian. I have ambitions, high hopes, dreams, plans, ahhh! I try hard to make them happen, I pray and air my frustrations with the author and finisher of my faith. I get some more hope then crash again. What did I miss?

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Worship, it’s how I breathe.

Worship, it’s how I breathe.

You see, my God, the Almighty, is a restorer. Whatever is lost, stolen, lacking, He brings to you. He’s running down your driveway, beating on your door yelling “Live! Live! I’m here! Take what I have! I’m restoring your brokenness!” He will always meet you in worship.

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Those in Need

Those in Need

I’ve been in a dark place myself, dark light radiating from my soul. In desperation I called out to find something to shine in place of my darkness. Someone answered back. His name is Jesus Christ.

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