Monthly Archives: April 2014

Our Prayer is Part of His Plan

Generally speaking, I know that God placed Jahar on my heart and asked me to pray for him – and so I do, often without questioning.   Other times – I find myself starting to wonder…..if God has a plan, and … Continue reading

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A new manifesto

I imagine if the Apostle Paul had kept a journal prior to meeting Jesus on the Damascus Road, he would’ve written something like this, boasting of his persecution and essentially murder of Christians: I bear witness that this is the … Continue reading

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Remembering what was lost

“The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” – Psalm 34:18 In our quest to see redemption win, we must not forget the tragedy that made redemption necessary in the first place. A year ago … Continue reading

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The Scandal of Grace

“Grace, what have You done? Murdered for [him] on that cross Accused in absence of wrong [His] sin washed away in Your blood Too much to make sense of it all I know that Your love breaks [his] fall The … Continue reading

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