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Forgiving God

Forgiving God

Getting hurt by people is hard. Getting hurt by what God allows can feel unbearable. While I might phrase my disillusionment as a question of why or how, when I lay my head on my tear-soaked pillow, questions can turn into bitter feelings. I probably wouldn’t want to raise my hand at Bible study and

Jesus Is the Manna

I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst. — John 6:35 I have an old beat-up and marked-up copy of Thomas Watson’s All Things for Good, which I read often. Somehow I misplaced it weeks ago and had been hoping

Sacred Makeovers: Jesus’ Yoke Is Better Than Mine

Nothing comforts me more than knowing that Jesus completely understands how hard it is to walk around in these bodies, fighting our “head noise” with valiant attempts toward a faith we can believe in but can’t see. A brilliant Scripture spills this promise right over our lives: Because [Jesus] Himself suffered when He was tempted,

Sacred Makeovers

Nothing comforts me more than knowing that Jesus completely understands how hard it is to walk around in these bodies, fighting our “head noise” with valiant attempts toward a faith we can believe in but can’t see. A brilliant Scripture spills this promise right over our lives: Because [Jesus] Himself suffered when He was tempted, He is able to help those

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