At 39 years old, I was married with three beautiful children and one in the oven. I was a believer in Christ and believed that if I were perfect enough, any miracle would be possible with God. He would answer … Read the rest
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I am me and You are You,
That much is true.
It was too easy for me to hide,
Where no one could see me,
Not even You.
But there is no more hiding,
No, not anymore.
It’s plain to
“Who am I?” I recently revisited this question as I found myself in yet another period of transition. When I left home for the first time, I asked this. When I got married, had my first child, sent my children … Read the rest
The word slave has a negative connotation with it because it indicates a lack of freedom, an inability to move, to live life, or to walk with a unique identity. What exactly does it look like to be free? We … Read the rest
“I lie awake each night thinking of you and reflecting on how you help me like a father. I sing through the night under your splendor-shadow, offering up to you my songs of delight and joy!”
Psalm 63:6-7 TPT
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To surround our theme, Free and Unfettered, we want to provide a list of worship songs to help us all claim the freedom that Jesus died for us to have and to know our security in Him as our provider … Read the rest
“Quiet your heart in his presence and pray; keep hope alive as you long for God to come through for you.” Psalm 37:7 TPT
Have any of you prayed for something for what seems to be far too long? Are … Read the rest