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Hope and promise found in Psalm 62

For nearly 365 days of the calendar year, I find myself under blue skies. Typically, there isn’t a cloud in the sky, and the sun shines brightly. I can imagine most of you drooling right now. What you would give for such a climate to call home right? Well, one…

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Overcoming Depression

“Why, my soul, are you downcast? Why so disturbed within me?” Psalm 42:5a “Remember my affliction and my homelessness, the wormwood and the poison. I continually remember them and have become depressed.” Lamentations 3:19-20 To be clear, the Bible is not silent on the stronghold of depression. Numerous people throughout…

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All other ground

There is something to be said about a firm foundation. Without one, structures crumble and eventually fall. Without one, homes cannot endure the test of time. Without a firm and solid foundation, it is only a matter of time before collapse becomes inevitable. I found myself listening to an “old”…

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For we have heard

Reputation can often precede a person. “Oh, I’ve heard so much about you!” You’ve probably said those words, and I know that I have. A life lived well can earn the attention, respect, and even applause from those who are not yet acquainted with the one being esteemed. The world…

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2018: A year of expectancy

Happy New Year from me to you! What a whirlwind these past few months have been, and in it all, I typically find myself so surprised at how quickly January 1st seems to roll around every year…but not this year. I have been waiting. I have been longing. I have…

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What hope does…and another sneak peak at my new book!

We’re nearly there—just over a month away from the launch of my newest book, “Hope: Tethered To An Unwavering God.” As you can imagine, I have been immersed in the theme of hope, which has proven to be incredibly timely in my own life. The ups and downs of life…

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Hope in the waiting

We find ourselves in another season of Advent, a season when we as believers in Jesus Christ prepare our hearts and homes for the long awaited and expected Jesus. This waiting for Christmas Day to celebrate the birth of Christ might not seem much like waiting to us, since we…

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Hope is coming

I found myself this morning in Romans 15:13, and I couldn’t help but to pray these words over myself and over each one of you, because these words are a prayer, a prayer of hope, faith, and expectant longing. “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and…

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Our hope: One day…

Justice: the quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness; rightfulness or lawfulness, as of a claim or title; justness of ground or reason; the administering of deserved punishment or reward. We live in a morally corrupt, spiritually bankrupt, conscience depleted, evil world. It takes only minutes of watching…

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