Forgiveness, Kindness , Understanding , Love .
How often do we use those words without necessarily thinking they mean more than they actually do?
How often do we ask for those from people we care about? When we sin against God, we want forgiveness don’t we? When we need some favor, we want to be met with kindness from the person we need it from.
When we don’t meet expectations, we will love to be understood and to experience the restfulness that being met with understanding gives us, right? And of course, who doesn’t need to be loved?
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What kind of Christian am I? I didn’t stop to ask this question until recently. As someone who loves God and is passionate about the gospel, I guess I have always had this confidence that I’m a pretty “good Christian”. But lately, I have started asking myself: “Who really is a good Christian?”
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Imagine getting through your busy day without hands or feet. Picture your life without the ability to walk, care for your basic needs, or even embrace those you love. Meet Nicholas Vujicic (pronounced VOO-yee-cheech). Without any medical explanation or warning, Nick was born in 1982 in Melbourne, Australia, without arms and legs.
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Wait! Why am i even blogging food? Well, i guess i can’t hide it from you. I love good food. and fried irish potatoes just happen to be my favorite. This is just one of the times when my heart is so full of joy and praise to God for his favor and mercy towards me.
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I remember it like it was just yesterday. Honestly it’s a little hard to believe it’s been a year already. You know how every end of the year people celebrate and look forward to the New Year with excitement? Well, until this day, Dec 31st 2013, I have never been one of those people.
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Think of a problem you’re having in your life right now—a bad habit, conflict in a relationship, a particularly long and difficult period of testing. Now I want to ask you: Have you been trying to make things work out? If so, have they…or are you discouraged, disappointed, or frustrated?
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