Why, I don’t understand

Why?  I've always asked why but never found the answer.  Asking why always left me with more questions so I built a defense mechanism through strength which allowed me to move on and focus on "doing" something about the facts instead of feeling the emotions.  If I asked myself, "what am I going to do …

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Inauguration of good vs. evil

I think about all the good being called bad and the bad getting called good in this era, and I seriously think I was born in the wrong century.  I guess that proves just how much I live in a fantasy mindset because I completely block out the cowboy shootings and brothels of the Wild …

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Taxing times under authority

Parables can be powerful.  They should be, Our Savior was the first to speak them with intent.  The messages hidden within the words were meant to draw the listener, the reader, the seer, and the knower into a baffling rendition of what could be interpreted on a surface level.  Jesus was deep and requires that …

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False Assumptions

"Grieving is a conscious process by which we deliberately release our attachment to persons,goals, wishes, or religious systems that we can no longer have. Our attachment to these outgrown things, in fact, keeps us from connecting to new and better things that God has for us.  (2Cor.6:11-13) Openness to the past is the way through …

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Partner with Him first

To pause and rest in Daddy's presence is much different from getting a good night of sleep.  It is slowing my pulse to the tempo of His heart, envisioning Him as my partner, my confidant and most importantly, my true love.  He wipes my eyes of their tears over and over again, even when streams …

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