Monthly Archives: June 2014

For all the negative things we have to say…

Originally posted on The Isaiah 53:5 Project:
You Say:  “It’s impossible.” God says: “All things are possible” (Luke 18:27) You say: “I am too tired” God says:  “I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28-30) You say:  “I cant go on.” God…

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Christ loves us, each and every one of us, yet our sins grieve Him terribly. Sometimes people don’t understand this because all they think of is the pain they are feeling. However, many Christians testify that the pain they felt prior to salvation … Continue reading

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You and Me

I have been listening to this song on repeat since someone recommended it to me on Monday. It is a hauntingly beautiful song about the redemption offered to us through Christ, and the lyrics include powerful imagery that is extremely … Continue reading

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Lessons on praying big prayers

Since May I’ve been reading E.M. Bounds on Prayer, a collection of seven of E.M. Bounds’ classic works about prayer. What I’ve been reading got me thinking that I should write a blog entry on praying big prayers. After all, praying for … Continue reading

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God’s Love is Powerful

God’s Love is Long Enduring: The Bible says that God is with His followers: “Nevertheless I am continually with thee: thou hast holden me by my right hand. Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive my glory. Whom … Continue reading

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Hello, my name is…

We all have them: labels that the enemy uses to keep us in bondage and to knock us down. Maybe they’re labels we’ve given ourselves out of a false sense of who we are. Maybe they’re labels that others have … Continue reading

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Status Conference Updates

Good Afternoon, Brothers and Sisters! I checked my Tumblr dashboard and clicked on one of my followers’ links to their blog (http://somethingreallyirrelevant.tumblr.com/post/89162387237). P.S- If you follow this link or any Tumblr link, beware because non-Christian Tumblr blogs seem to be very … Continue reading

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He Asked Me to Pray

Yesterday I was finishing reading “I Dared to Call Him Father” by Bilquis Sheikh. This is the powerful true story of a prominent Muslim woman who comes to faith in Christ and risks everything to follow Him. When I read … Continue reading

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You’re Never Alone, Dzhokhar (Part I)

I wanted to finish this before I posted it, but I’ve not yet done so. I did not want to just cast it aside (as I often do), so I figured that I would post in parts 🙂 Here’s Part … Continue reading

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Destruction Being Used to God’s Glory

In an e-mail conversation with Bri, I shared a piece of writing I did last year soon after my salvation. Perhaps all of the small details do not fit exactly, but the overall picture reminds me of Jahar: confusion, depravity, … Continue reading

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