Tag Archives: truth

No imposters, No pretenders!

Jesus warned His sheep, all other potential guides were to be evaluated for fruit, their words sifted and actions weighed. Strong caution was advised! When my children were small it was easy to warn them, telling them when and how … Continue reading

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Training my faculties

Hebrews 5:14 : But solid food is for the mature, who because of practice have trained their faculties for the distinguishing of both good and evil.  How I love a good Biblestudy, complete with DVDs and a workbook. To hear … Continue reading

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Gumball parenting

I remember begging my mom for a penny or even better, a nickel to buy a big gumball. That was the reward for going grocery shopping with her. Isles and isles of decisions and conversations with strangers. 😂 -sounds familiar. … Continue reading

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Grace to disagree

Chuck Swindoll (pastor/Bible teacher) has been doing a wonderful series on Insight for Living called The Grace Awakening. The topic: living in grace towards yourself and others. Ephesians 2:8-9 “For by grace you are saved through faith, and this is … Continue reading

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Learn to Discern 

Why do I read through the Bible yearly? Why do I look up each day’s verses in multiple  commentaries? Why do I want to understand the meaning and message behind the chapters? Because, God says over 64 times in the … Continue reading

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