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Renovation

Renovation

  During my engagement, I bought a house in a nice area just south of Nashville. I was ready to settle down and decorate and get rid of my beanbags and mismatched furniture. Be a grown-up. Finally! I was eager to move on and focus on things like marriage and making music and coming off

Joy Inexpressible | Jesus Always by Sarah Young

Joy Inexpressible

In Me you can discover Joy inexpressible and full of Glory! You will not find this kind of pleasure anywhere else; it is available only in your relationship with Me. So trust Me, beloved, and walk confidently along your life-path. As we journey together, you will encounter many obstacles — some of which are quite

God Loves You

Let My Love enfold you in the radiance of My Glory. Sit still in the Light of My Presence, and receive My Peace. These quiet moments with Me transcend time, accomplishing far more than you can imagine. Bring Me the sacrifice of your time, and watch to see how abundantly I bless you and your

The Mirrored Lake and God the Gardener

Lake Mirror Now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. — 1 Corinthians 13:12 ESV Legs dangling over the end of the dock, you sit looking out over the lake water. There is no breeze, but the sun is dropping behind opaque clouds, cooling the air. It’s a soft silver sunset

All Things Will One Day Be Made Right

Editor’s Note: 365 Devotions to Embrace What Matters Most is a beautiful daily devotional that reminds us that as long as you’re breathing in and breathing out, you still have time to make the rest of your life matter. Think deeply about what really matters. Then take the necessary steps to begin embracing a life that matters. Enjoy this

More of Jesus: More Than Just Enough

[Sisters], I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 3:13-14 What’s the desire of your heart? Are you satisfied with

If We Can’t See God, Can We Know He Exists?

It is not uncommon for skeptics to suppose that Christians are irrational to believe in a God they cannot “see.” In reality, it is irrational for skeptics to suppose that what cannot be seen does not exist. First, Christians and skeptics alike recognize black holes, electrons, laws of logic, and the force of gravity despite

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