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not one day, but the rest of our lives

I look around this life, caught in the glimpses of loved ones; hanging on to excuses that allow love, passion, and thought to flow freely as if it was the norm. I blink, a new day has dawned, and we move forward with a new idea of normality, accepting new circumstances as a “blessing,” and continuing… Continue reading not one day, but the rest of our lives

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looking for an identity, and finding it

Identity: the distinguishing character or personality of an individual. We long for this assurance in our lives, to know exactly who we are and grasp whatever purpose we individually receive as someone on this earth. Often, we fall short of this confidence. You meet someone that is struggling in grand decisions that ultimately “define” them… Continue reading looking for an identity, and finding it

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shedding light on who we are in Christ from a fellow blogger

I am: The unclean leper, desperate for contact and love. (Mark 1:40-42) The woman at the well, desperate for my heart to be spoken to. (John 4:4-42) The blind man, desperate for the curse to be lifted. (John 9:1-41) Peter who denied Him, desperate for His presence. (Luke 22:55-62) The man in the synagogue, plagued… Continue reading shedding light on who we are in Christ from a fellow blogger