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Posts filed under: Spiritual Insight to Life

This week God has impressed upon the need to run our own individual race with determination and focus. Acts 20:24 ESV But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may...
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  The focus of God’s heart from the beginning of time has been His desire for an intimate relationship with His people. He has had a consistent goal of engaging us in a dialogue about life in relationship with Him....
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By nature I am a list maker and a planner. I like to be one step ahead of what I anticipate coming my way. The first of the year accelerates this desire. It is a brand new year, a new...
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These are a couple of short videos in Ed Klein’s own words about who he was and what he hoped to share and teach people through his teachings and ministry. Ed’s teaching came from a place of personal experiences in...
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Disclaimer: the image for this article isn’t mine and doesn’t hold a lot of baring on content in this post.  Though indirectly one could argue it holds a great deal of relevance, but that’s perhaps for another post and another...
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Last Sunday our pastor spoke about how we might respond to the younger generation. He briefly mentioned mentoring and brought to our attention 1 Timothy 4:12 1 Timothy 4:12Amplified Bible, Classic Edition (AMPC) 12 Let no one despise or think less...
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2 Corinthians 2:14-16 (AMPC) 14 But thanks be to God, Who in Christ always leads us in triumph [as trophies of Christ’s victory] and through us spreads and makes evident the fragrance of the knowledge of God everywhere, 15 For we are...
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  Monday night I had the most wonderful dinner with friends. We were talking about the seeming inevitable tension in our lives that is created by trying to live anxiety free, in a place of rest and at the same...
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The Lord continues to impress upon me the need to be flexible and forgiving, all the time. If you are even close to my age you may remember Gumby.  You could twist him up and mold him because he was evidently made...
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Psalm 65:1 To You belongs silence [the submissive wonder of reverence], and [it bursts into] praise in Zion, O God; I am learning to be silent. For an outgoing Sanguine this is not easy. Often times I watch my husband...
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