letsloveothers

Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

In the first installment of Egypt’s Exodus I put forth the idea: Chaos— confusion is the new normal. Learn to anticipate so you can adapt. Keep your eyes focused on the reward— Christ’s return and eternal reign. In the second installment I explored the birth pains of civil unrest and ineffective, unrighteous problem solving strategies. Persecution, martyrdom and natural disasters were the …

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Say the word “family” and a myriad of images comes to mind, a collage of both personal and fabricated images. Images that nonetheless influence thoughts, feelings and beliefs— individually and collectively. Sadly, no one exits childhood without trauma, some more than others. For many, parents are the instigators of this trauma. Inflicting physical and psychological …

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Let Jesus open that wound. Remove the shame, guilt and regret. Cleanse it with His love. Setting  you free forever. Jesus, the Great Physician, has wonder working power. Doing what no drug, psychotherapeutic technique or self-help program can. Permanently freeing you from fear, insecurity, addiction, bondage and sin. Healing you of the curses this sinful …

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  Life’s melodies serenade our souls Singing praises of Papa’s goodness All creation declares His glory From the mountain tops to valleys low ***** Look upwards and behold the beauty Jewels adorn celestial expanse Twinkling secrets to those listening Compass guiding prodigals homeward ***** Beloved you are precious and loved Run into His arms of …

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Once you have been captured by Papa’s presence— His love, you are never the same. With each successive encounter with His presence, the lure of this temporal world decreases.  Knowing you are a stranger without a permanent home on earth. You long for a better country— a heavenly country. It is this longing for heaven …

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