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Adult Bible School Devotional

Matthew 4 – the temptation of Jesus Jesus had fasted for 40 days and 40 nights. He was hungry. The devil comes in and tries to use the human need for food against Him. Satan tells Jesus, “If you are the Son of God, command these stones to become loaves of bread.” (Matthew 4:3) I […]

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temporary satisfaction at the cost of eternal condemnation

Luke 12 is about Jesus telling his disciples to not be anxious but Jesus tells us that too.  Anxiety is not unfamiliar to me or to many others also. We are an anxious breed. It’s hard to not worry about the things of the world.  “Will I get that job?”  “Will I be able to […]

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Fear not, little flock

John 6:16-21 Jesus sends his disciples across the sea of Galilee in the dark. They obey – in doing so, they face pretty unsteady waters and were working HARD for little to no progress. It took them somewhere between 6 and 8 hours to get 3 or 4 miles into their 8 mile sail to […]

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Wherever He Calls – Go.

After I was saved I jumped both feet forward into ministry. Women poured into my inbox with questions about their marriages, questions about mine, about things that hurt them, about the people I had hurt and even about those that hurt me, and what I thought Jesus meant by it all. One girl, though, she […]

Sober October

The Gospel is Enough

It probably hasn’t taken you all long to figure out that my reading/writing skills are 0 to none. I have never been a reader, for as long as I can remember – I’ve never liked to read. I hated reading so much, I was punished by it as a teenager. (i’m being serious) Andy grounded […]

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The wheat, the weeds, and the willingness

the past few weeks of my life have felt so empty. if i could pinpoint the day it started – i would guess a few days after my baptism. maybe because i let some emotions in and uncovered some things about myself that i had not let myself deal with yet. traumas coming to light […]

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“discomfort is not disqualifying”