How many times has the Lord shown Himself faithful to us? Has He sustained our lives to this day? Has He chosen us before the foundation of the world, saved us, and continued to make us more like His precious son? Then He has indeed been faithful. In light of this truth, why do we still desire to dwell in Kadesh? Why won’t we go “all in” to that promised life, surrendering ourselves to His will, and letting go of our own selfish desires?Read More
Asking forgiveness may not be the end of the matter in a conflict undergoing the process of reconciliation. When fellow Christians confess their sin to one another it does not erase the hurt and it does not automatically fix the...Read More
Many of the women that come for counseling have been hurt by someone. It could be a husband, child, friend, or church acquaintance. Some are deeply, deeply wounded and grieve what they have lost in the scuffle. Often I am asked...Read More
Feelings of bitterness can knock so hard on the door of the heart that they threaten to rattle if off its hinges, and Freda’s feelings were protesting her right choices. True love demands that we refuse to open the door to resentful thoughts, or to slam it shut if it is already open.Read More
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