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God of Grace & Radical Love

A mere stone, yet a symbol of radical Love. To Throw the Stone Jesus went across to Mount Olives, but he was soon back in the Temple again. Swarms of people came to him. He sat down and taught them. The religion scholars and Pharisees led in a woman who …

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My Help Comes From the Lord

The struggle for control. A battle all too real that robes us of the glory of life. For me, it’s a real thing. I’m not necessarily a control freak, but I like to be on top of my life. Now, maybe some of you feel the same way, or others …

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Perspective: Seeing Grace

I am a grumbler. I am a worrier. I get stressed out frequently. It’s my fallen nature. With multiple tests, frustrating homework and a growing amount of things on my to do list, I have been feeling a bit of pressure. The reality is, life’s problems don’t get much smaller …

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A Gentle Relentless Love

Our God is the God who grasps brokenness and isn’t afraid to use messy people. Our God is the God who takes our hearts, pulls them and chips away at them to shape them into something that resembles His. Our God is the God who is near. He isn’t afraid …

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The Fox and the Prince

“Men have forgotten this truth,” said the fox. “But you must not forget it. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.” -The Little Prince Right now I’m staring at a picture of someone I loved and cared about a lot. Well, it’s not really a picture, it’s the …

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Not What But Who

It’s not what you are. It’s who you are. (Feel free to disagree with me on this article, it’s my truth I’ve settled on- maybe not yours) There’s this passage in the Little Prince (I know I reference it a lot but it’s my favourite book so shh), where the …

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Less Than a Minute

What would you do in less than a minute. Update your Facebook status, check Twitter?  Well, I just recently found out what I would do in a minute… Pray About an hour and a half ago, my mother and I were driving home from some pleasant Christmas shopping. We turned into our neighborhood (acreages) …

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Are You Hungry?

Me and my grandma used to always bake, it’d always just be me, her and my sister on summer days baking various delicacies that only a five-year-old can truly appreciate. I remember she had these bright yellow measuring cups that seemed to always be in the kitchen sink. These measuring cups …

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The Cost of Freedom

Freedom is never free. Freedom never was free. Freedom never will be free. Freedom comes with a cost. Freedom requires sacrifice. Freedom requires pain. Freedom requires blood. Freedom is never free. Sacrifice requires that something be given for something else. Sacrifice is hard. Sacrifice is painful. Humanly speaking, it’s nearly …

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