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Praise to the LORD of PEACE

“Now may the LORD of PEACE Himself continually grant you peace in every circumstance.” 2 Thessalonians 3:16 Peace….continually…in every circumstance? “Are you kidding?” we might ask; then continue, “You don’t know my circumstance!” Is the apostle Paul delusional? No. In fact, he experienced loneliness, being shipwrecked, beaten, wrongly imprisoned, and more. His circle of ministry include people who won’t work, but expect...

Decide to Lose in Order to Win 

We were sitting on the floor playing. It’s one of my favorite things to do with our grandkids. Hudson, our six year old grandson, had come to spend the night while his brother was away at camp. “We can play whatever you want,” I announced to him. A stack of games sat on a nearby table. Uno, Sorry, Monopoly are...

‘Fess UP

Do you hate to do wrong? I hate when I do something wrong. If it’s something “little” at home, my hubby is great. We’re quick to forgive one another if we say a sharp word when we’re tired or stressed. But what happens when you’re attempting to serve the Lord and you mess up? I messed up I could write...