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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; …Read More

“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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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.  …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More