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Compassion During Depression

There is still a stigma around depression in our culture, even Christian culture. In Matthew 14, Jesus seemed to overcome His grief and even serve through it, but how? This dives into when Jesus had compassion and served through His grief of John the Baptist's death and how we too can do the same.

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God Willing

As Christians we often say "God willing" but what exactly did Jesus mean when He said it and how can we learn from Him in it? This discusses Jesus' example of living out what He taught His disciples on prayer.

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Hello, My Name is Healed

I have suffered with neurological conditions for many years and by the grace of God leading my steps, I have been healed of almost all of them!

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The Empty Tomb of Jesus

There is a direct link from the Old Testament and New Testament. If you study the Old Testament, you can see Jesus in it all. Here is how the picture of the empty tomb of Jesus is so much more than just an empty tomb.

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Mary Magdalene: From Possessed to Privileged

Mary Magdalene is a name most Christians know, but there's so much to glean from the biblical mentions of this woman from her freedom from possession to her inspiring response..

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A Wife's Prayer

With the growing trends of our culture surrounding the roles of husbands and wives, it can be hard to keep a godly perspective. Wives, how does God say we should behave towards our husbands? Here's scripture, reflection and encouragement, and a poetic prayer for a wive's heart.

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Hope During Hopeless Times

Having hope can be a great feeling, especially when it's something we really want. What happens when that hope gets shattered? How do we pick up the pieces and move on in a way that will be pleasing to the Lord?

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Where the Spirit Leads

In Matthew 4, it says the Spirit led Jesus to be tempted by the devil. Do you ever wonder why? When we are tempted and tried, we have our Lord and Savior to learn from because He has gone through it. Here are some gleanings from Matthew 4 on being led by the Spirit.

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Weighing What Matters

Every decision has a consequence, but weighing what really matters is key.

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The Painful Road of Neurological Disorders

I started out with localized symptoms that eventually turned to affect my whole body. It's been a painful road on the way to diagnose the causes and although my life has changed tremendously, God still remains the same.

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Change of Perspective in Unchanging Circumstances

It's our nature to think and feel certain ways based on our circumstances. However, we don't want our perspective to be like the wind, we want it to align with God's. Asaph gives us a good example of this.

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Worship in Suffering

When suffering and hardships are overwhelming our souls, our last inclination is to run to God and worship. Yet, that's the very thing we need and should do!

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My Grace Is Sufficient for You

Having a godly perspective on His sufficient grace when going through trials brings freedom. Not from the trial but in Christ. Here has been my journey so far through my perspective shift of God's grace.

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I Have Learned to Kiss the Wave

Anyone who has gone through any kind of trial knows it can be brutal. But when we stop and realize that those very trials are what are bringing us closer to our Rock of Ages, we learn to kiss them!

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Trials. Temptations. Does God Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

When trials and temptations come, can we handle them or not? This digs in to see what 1 Corinthians 10:13 has to say.

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