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Thirty-three Day Challenge

I am up for a challenge… I would like you to join me in this challenge. I am a Christian. I am still proud to carry this name no matter what the world has done to try to discredit it. I carry it with honor. I do not carry it lightly. As a Christian I have

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>It’s a Miracle! …Or Not

> When Pharaoh speaks to you, saying, ‘Work a miracle,’ then you shall say to Aaron, ‘Take your staff and throw it down before Pharaoh, that it may become a serpent.’ Exodus 7:9 The first sign before Pharaoh is the same sign that Moses performed before the children of Israel when he came to them

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>Thine Ass Is Mine

>The title of this post is a quote from Imaginary Jesus. It’s a pretty good book… I have shared about it before and well as I taught my Zoology class today this quote came to my mind. The quote came from King-James Jesus after he kidnapped the talking donkey in order to bargain for her

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>Responding to Judgment and Mercy

> When Pharoah does not listen to you, then I will lay My hand on Egypt and bring out My hosts, My people the sons of Israel, from the land of Egypt by great judgments. Exodus 7:4 We are now about to dive into the great judgments that God would use to bring deliverance to

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>The Human Heart Experiment

>Science teaches us many things through experiments, and through these experiments we come to logical conclusions, and most of the time we call these logical conclusions proven facts. When we conduct an experiment we form a test group and from this test group we pronounce a verdict on the whole. Hmmmm I wonder where man

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>Stress Mess

>Yesterday morning our little one awoke to a headache and a small temp. Which immediately still sends a rush of panic through my system. For six straight years she was sick. Doctor visit after doctor visit ended in treating symptoms because the blood work tests that had been done thus far couldn’t pin-point the root issue.

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>Stand

>   If I fall in a land of peace If I crumble in the face of the free How shall I stand in a day of battle How shall I reign victorious over my enemy If I can not stand at attention in obedience to my call When there is no war raging have

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>Not Who I Was

> But Moses said before the LORD, ‘Behold, I am unskilled in speech; how then will Pharaoh listen to me?   Exodus 6:30 Moses has already made the complaint out to God that he was “slow of speech” (Exodus 4:10), and now he cries to God that he is “unskilled in speech.” The word unskilled in

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>Ministry and Motherhood are Messy

>This is a post a wrote in 2010… but it remains a prayer and point of focus as I walk in 2012… I began 2010 reading through the Proverbs. My prayer for 2010 was “Lord increase me in wisdom, Your wisdom.” Little did I know how much I would need these proverbs as 2010 came

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There Is Hope

As Walter Brueggemann put it, “This family (and with it the whole family of Genesis 1–11) has played out its future and has nowhere else to go. Barrenness is the way of human history. It is an effective metaphor for hopelessness. There is no foreseeable future. There is no human power to invent a future.”

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