Monthly Archives: December 2015

Lay down the burdens of 2015…

  Photo by: K. Davis (maybe I should have stopped and smelled the flowers longer and the shot would not have been blurry! Lesson reminders…) “Consider how the wild flowers grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell … Continue reading

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He will lead the way

-Photo by K. Davis Hold His hand. Peek around from behind His robe. Let Him lead you through the valley to the mountaintop. You do not need to chart the way, He has already decided the course. Nothing will take … Continue reading

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In the presence of the enemy…

  From Streams in the Desert: We often pray to be delivered from calamities; we even trust that we shall be; but we do not pray to be made what wwe should be, in the very presence of the calamities; … Continue reading

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Nevertheless, afterward

  “Nevertheless afterward.” (Hebrews 12:11) There is more. This is not the end of your story. The song “You are More” by Tenth Avenue North includes this beautiful lyric: “You are more than the choices that you’ve made, You are … Continue reading

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Clad in His armor…dressed for success

When we are clad in His armor we are equipped to be more than conquerors. The belt of truth, shoes of peace,  shield of faith, helmet of salvation, and sword of the spirit  allow us to stand firm against the devil’s … Continue reading

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Silent night, Holy night

Photo by K. Davis When they had heard the king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was.  When they saw the … Continue reading

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The Magi’s gift of faith to us…

  The visit of the magi fulfill the prophecies of the Old Testament: Balaam prophesied about the coming Messiah marked by a star: “I see him, though not now; I behold him, though not near: A star shall advance from … Continue reading

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