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Tag Archives: trust

When Promises Fail

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How literal should we take Scripture’s promises? Do they only apply to the person or people they were initially given? Or, can we claim them …

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The Rope Path

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Yesterday, one of my Facebook friends posted a short movie about the narrowest hiking path in the world. The photographer started panning from his shoes …

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In His Time

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Patience is not one of those virtues that people are dying to display. Usually, we want more noble virtues such as love, peace, or wisdom. …

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Losing Control

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I recently lost my mother to cancer, and since then, I feel the most comfortable when I rely solely on myself to control my life. …

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Trust in Him

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The doctor’s words thundered in my ears as I trudged across the gravel road. “Your days of driving your car are over—you have to stop …

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Asking for a Ride

“Take me to the supermarket!” is a phrase I didn’t think I would find myself yelling at the top of my lungs to my best …

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Accepting Vulnerability

While I was engaged as a mental health counselor, I was surprised by the many diverse people that called upon me for help—men, women, teens, …

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He Never Fails

“Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”—Lamentations 3:22-23

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A New Heart

I never read Bill Clinton’s autobiography when it came out, but I did skim the excerpts in a few different newspapers. And one sentence has stayed …

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