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It’s Ok to Be Broken

Admit it… It’s easier to run away. It’s easier to pretend that you didn’t just spend the better half of your night in tears. Who wants to? Some problems just  get too heavy, that  we’d rather stay silent and act like our backs aren’t about to break. We smile and laugh, …

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Reassurance

Hi. I’m a Christian. That phrase alone is enough spark an uproar, an excessive inflow of opinions and  reasons determining what I believe in is wrong. They try to point out logical fallacies in the Bible, poke holes through my faith and laugh at me, demeaning my faith. Some people …

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Brokenness Brings Opportunity

A while ago, in my home town, a man went on a rampage through the city.  He first  hit a police officer with his vehicle and then stabbed him, and then continued down a busy street and hit four people. Between events like this and all of the hurricanes of …

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The Call to Monday

You know that feeling, on Sunday night. When you don’t want to go to bed, because, you have to wake up in the morning to go to your job/ school etc. That feeling of sadness that the weekend is over. Finally, when you wake up in the morning, on Monday, …

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How To Trust (Again)

Once trust is broken, how can anyone trust again? Is it even possible? I know when you trust someone so deeply, and you tell them many things, it’s hard to trust anyone besides them. But on the day they betray you and flood the world with your secrets, your heart …

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Trust with Abandon

In any relationship, we are called to trust. Trust with abandon. No doubts. No worries. A trust that overrides every fear we entertain. With such standards is it even possible to believe such trust exists? There is one particular relationship that this trust is possible. The relationship between God and …

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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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Beauty in the Broken

Life throws curve balls at us, we have to jump hurdles, and more often then not we find ourselves taking detours. How we react is what matters. The question shouldn’t be “why”; rather, we should ask “so what’s next for me, Lord”? We like having our plans with everything laid out. …

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