Tag Archives: sin

The Danger of Sin

My family was at the beach this past weekend. Our toddlers were enjoying playing near the water’s edge and venturing into the small pools that had formed with the low tide. Our oldest son waded out with his small, plastic, … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See?

As people, we often convince ourselves that our sin is not as bad as someone else’s.  We show a great deal of mercy for our own mistakes, and hold other’s actions at the point of a knife.  It is, however, … Continue reading

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Danger: Spikes Ahead!

I have been going over this topic in my mind for some time.  Okay.  I have somewhat been avoiding it.  It is such a touchy issue.  I thought, “Should I go there?”  “Lord, isn’t there another who you can use … Continue reading

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The War Within

Everyday, I am reminded that this life is not about me.  I catch myself sometimes slipping into the world’s view that I “need” stuff.  I fight it.  My attitude becomes negative, and I get rubbed the wrong way by sandpaper … Continue reading

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Casual Christianity

Jason and I were blessed to be able to travel home to Kentucky to spend Thanksgiving with our families.  We were also thankful for the opportunity to sit under some good preaching and Bible study.  There has been a reoccurring … Continue reading

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To Leave a Legacy

I had such a tender moment over the phone with my Dad this morning. What made it all the more special was that it revolved around Christ. It reminded me of how blessed I am that my father is a … Continue reading

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What About Perfection?

I am a perfectionist.  I am better than I used to be.  Though, this may be hard to believe if you know me.  In high school, I took numerous art classes, and I loved painting.  My teacher, however, would eventually … Continue reading

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