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Forgiveness

  Forgiveness A Poem

Forgiveness is often easily spoken by the lips. Why then do we choke in silence on the words? Because the spirit is willing, yet the flesh is weak. We continue to embrace bitterness and resentment. As Jesus forgives, so should we. For Him that God exalted to His right...

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  Forgiven A Poem

This poem was inspired by Chuck Swindol who spoke on Insight for Living June 13, 2006 www.insight.org or www.bottradionetwork.com He makes the valid point that forgiveness does not necessarily fix all the consequences of a sin. Because of Jesus Christ, I am now...

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Love Is

It was a sort of family wake, the family remembering things he had done and said.  You know how it goes:  the release of tension and the shedding of tears loosened tongues and it really was quite hilarious.  It put balance back into life after days and nights and...

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The Fine Print

There it was, at the very bottom of the document, in noticeably smaller size print. The disclaimer. Have you ever noticed these sections at the end of a contract or agreement? I’m reminded of the saying, “Read the fine print before signing on the dotted line.” That...

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Jail and Bail

"Never take your own revenge, beloved, but leave room for the wrath of God, for it is written, 'Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,' says the Lord. 'But if your enemy is hungry, feed him, and if he is thirsty, give him a drink; for in so doing you will heap burning coals...

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A Mary Moment…

A heavy sigh, a deep breath as she bowed to her knees.  Many tears were shed too often. Brokeness in her heart, a bruised reed, looking for the hope of tomorrow and the whisper of joy.  Lots of clouds but no silver lining.  Heads turned as the silence...

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