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September 2017 Archives

During a difficult time, how often do we lose our faith in God? How often do we doubt Him? Perhaps the most difficult problem in our walk with God is to trust that He has our best interests in mind […]

How often do we hold onto guilt for our sins long after everyone else has moved on? Instead of learning from our mistakes and moving forward, why do we wallow in our despair? I know that this is a terrific […]

I read somewhere that God will keep bringing you back to a lesson until you master it. For me, the issue has always been trust. If I can’t do it myself, I worry that it will not get done. I […]

    It’s monsoon season, which means daily afternoon and evening rain showers. But the other morning we woke to discover the overnight rains had left a dusting of snow on the higher mountain peaks, a reminder that no matter […]

“Through regeneration, the Son of God is formed in us, and in our physical life…Satan does not tempt us just to make us do wrong things-he tempts us to make us lose what God has put into us through regeneration, […]

Mom and I speak by phone every day. Because we speak with such frequency, our conversations often take up a topic and carry it forward over a course of days or weeks. Lately we’ve been taking about the need to […]