Porches and Heavenly Wine

As I have been waiting for the editing process to finish up with my book, I have had a strange lull in my writing. Which is pleasant for me to sit back, try to be patient and not think about writing. Knowing I will soon begin the process of reading through the edited version of […]

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Gingham and Grace

When I was in elementary school my grandma would make most of my clothes for me. I remember a morning she was walking with me to the school bus. This day must have been special, because I was able to wear my yellow and white gingham jumper dress with my white Peter Pan collared shirt. […]

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Sally’s Question

In my last blog post The Greater Sin I started with a conversation I was having with a group of girlfriends. Now I want to finish what we spoke about that night. My good friend Sally had been watching a documentary about the new Pope and a meeting the Pope had had to apologize to […]

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THE CHOICE

If you have journeyed with me on this blog you will know I believe: It all  begins and ends in Jesus. All you have to do is read John 1. This is and was the great plan of a loving Father to His creation: to give His own Son for a ransom, a payment, a […]

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How to Pray…Unceasingly

A few weeks ago I wrote a post titled, You Do Not Know What Kind of “spirit” You Are Of.  There are a couple of subjects I want to delve further into from this previous post.  The first being the word prayer in the New Testament.  I want to start with a couple of scriptures: “Devote […]

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More of God?

The year is 66 A.D. or maybe 67 A.D.  and Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, finds himself once again arrested by the Roman Empire.  But this time it is much different.  Instead of being under house arrest he finds himself in a dungeon in chains.  To be more specific in Nero’s […]

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The Unforgivable Sin

A while ago, I had prayed for a woman.  She had so much fear because as a little girl she had been told by an adult leader in a church that she had committed the unpardonable sin and would not be able to go to heaven.   What is even sadder though is both of […]

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Freedom from Condemnation

After writing my last post, Firm Foundation, I was talking to a close girlfriend about each of the points.  When I had gotten to number two and I said out loud I am completely forgiven, I realized in that moment it had been a really long time since I had felt condemnation.  Now for me, and […]

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Firm Foundation

I dislike reading titles that say 5 tricks to losing weight or 3 ways to save your marriage.  So, I purposely chose not to use a title like that.  Plus, this list has to be able to be expanded if needed 😉…I just don’t like to be put in a box 📦. For the past […]

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