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Spirit Of Adoption

I read the coolest blog post the other day by UPB’s Nathan Fray.  The post resonated deep, as it reminded me of a constant theme that has been taking place in the church body. So much hurt and feelings of … Continue reading

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Kind and Generous

Every morning I wake up asking God for supernatural encounters. I never knew how they would come, and it would be a lie to say that I always have one. In fact, as of late, I’ve had far fewer than … Continue reading

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Mute Dogs

“Why are the dogs set to guard the sheep if they cannot bark to waken the shepherd and frighten the wolf?” -A 17th Century minister I can honestly say I have never paid as much attention to the following passage … Continue reading

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The Nature of God’s Forgiveness

I had a long talk with a friend the other night about condemnation.  She asked me questions, that biblically I knew the answer too, but on a more personal level, even I had to constantly bring reassurance to what the … Continue reading

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The Rain Before the Storm

I very rarely share my dreams publicly.  In fact, I don’t ever remember a time I’ve shared a dream (of what I believe to be spiritually significant) outside of spiritual authority before.  However, I felt a necessity to share this … Continue reading

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Shepherd of the Flock

Good stuff from Pstr Mike this week on being a Shepherd, and not a hireling. A hireling is defined as one who: Works solely for compensation; who is employed by another; and/or one who is willing to perform a menial … Continue reading

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Drained

I’ve had the daunting, and yet privileged task, of processing 149 plates of soldiers for the past 2 days.  When the order came across my desk yesterday, I was not told what exactly was in front of me.  It wasn’t … Continue reading

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