Category: Peace

Confrontation and Reconciliation

Few people would describe the process of confrontation as a joyful one, but the reconciliation aspect is one that truly inspires rejoicing. The reconciliation of a sinner to another person or to his church is a mirror of the gospel- Christ reconciled us to Himself. …bearing with one another, and forgiving each other, whoever has a complaint against anyone; just as the Lord forgave you, so also should you. Colossians 3:13 (NASB) There can be no reconciliation without the of confrontation of sin. By its very nature, being reconciled means that something has been torn apart! Perhaps sin has disrupted...

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Too Paralyzed to Pray

“Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the hand of Omnipotence.” Charles H. Spurgeon This is a season of enormous personal change for me. Very soon I will have an empty nest. All of my children are experiencing huge changes in their lives; one couple has moved, the other couple is moving (and taking our new and only granddaughter with them), and our third son is getting married in a month. The marriage is a blessing as we already love our newest daughter-in-law. God is also blessing the ministry in incredible ways. We have expanded to a second office location and there is...

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I’m Struggling With My Past!

Some women really, really struggle with ceasing to live in the past. Partly because their traumatic past wants to cling on into the present, and partly because there are things in the past that while they no longer participate in the behavior, they have not truly forsaken it. Let me explain by way of example. Imagine a person who was a drunk and enjoyed being a drunk has sobered up. They have not had a drink for about a year but the thoughts of all that fun they had while drinking and partying are with them daily. They may...

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