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The devil is also known as the accuser for a reason. Revelation 12:10 says that he “accuses [believers] day and night.”  Which is why sometimes, it feels like you have a neverending track of criticism playing your head. “Be sober-minded; […]

“But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you.” – John 14:26 In this verse from the […]

Little children are virtually fearless.  As long as they are in a safe home and experiencing love, they seem to have little worries or fears. They don’t worry about what they’ll eat for dinner – they just have faith that […]

Have you ever seen the traffic lights above the entrance to a tunnel?  Typically, you see them on the infield tunnels at speedways, but I’m sure they use them other places too. The point of these lights is to make […]

Sometimes, when we’re in our fifth hour of slaving over a spreadsheet at work or we just got off the phone with an obnoxiously rude client, it can be difficult to behave as if we are working for God and […]

None of us like to wait. Whether it’s in traffic on the interstate, in line at the coffee shop or just waiting for a webpage to load, we want to get where we’re going or get what we need NOW.  […]

In John Chapter 21, we see the disciples of Jesus coming back toward shore after a night of unsuccessful fishing. In the morning, Jesus appears on the shore and asks them if they’ve caught any fish.  They respond no, they didn’t […]

A few years ago, I came down with advanced adrenal fatigue.  Or should I say… I didn’t so much “come down with it” as much as I ended up with it.  If you’re not familiar with what adrenal fatigue is […]

A couple years ago, I remember looking at the Instagram account of a fairly “famous” woman and thinking to myself that I wanted to be like her.  Not because of how she dressed or wore her hair, but because of […]

Headlights on a car only illuminate approximately 150 feet in front of a car.  That means when we are driving at night, we are assuming that the road will continue beyond that and we are putting our entire faith and […]