Hope For The Broken

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Psalm 84:10a (NIV) ~ Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere.  It’s been one year since I’ve seen your face, your smile, and felt your hugs. One year since I have heard you say “I love you”, or been able to ask you for advice, or just sit with you and …

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That nudge I get, the one that I can’t ignore, that’s The Holy Spirit. My JESUS living in me. Convicting. Pushing. Nudging. HIS presence. Every single time that I obey whatever it is that God lays on my heart, I am blessed. Usually the obedience is preceded with an uncomfortable feeling of SELF fighting with …

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  “I can’t wait until summer.” “I wish it was the weekend already.” “I am so ready for spring.” “Can’t wait until next year.” Wishing our lives away. Not living in the here and now. Focusing on the future. The future that we aren’t even guaranteed. Instead of living where we are right now. As …

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  I’ve loved the Psalms ever since I can remember. As a young girl in Sunday School class, I remember an assignment from our teacher. Come back next week and tell what our favorite book of the Bible was. Mine was Psalms. I remember well, going to vacation bible school with my cousin out of …

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Day 1 of Being Present Day 2 Seeing Those Around You  Day 3  Day 4 When Memories Are All You Have Left Day 5 Memories Made By Being Present Day 6 Joining In This Challenge Day 7 Better is One Day in His Presence Day 8 Wishing Our Lives Away Day 9 A Great Reminder …

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I don’t know about you, but for me, normally when I can’t stand the place I am visiting, I don’t ever want to go back. Like ever. For those who don’t know, my family went on a mission trip to New Orleans this summer. People warned me of the smells, and even the fluids that …

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~ Short And Sweet Simple Truths~ Sometimes, I’m not so “nice”. Sometimes, I am grumpy. Sometimes, I am easily angered. Sometimes, I am judgemental. Sometimes, I am impatient and selfish. Sometimes, I’m a basket-case. Sometimes, I am insecure and sometimes, I am repetitive. Sometimes I’m not the type of wife, mother, or friend that I …

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