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Lighthouse Encounters of a Third Kind

I wish I could say that it is not often my pastor can throw one at me that catches me fully off-guard, but that would be basking in what I’ve not to offer. I would wrongly think that my love … Continue reading

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With Clenched Fists

Praying is no easy matter. It demands a relationship in which you allow someone other than yourself to enter into the very center of your person, to see there what you would rather leave in darkness, and to touch there … Continue reading

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The Path of Prayer

If we are to pray aright, perhaps it is quite necessary that we pray contrary to our own heart. Not what we want to pray is important, but what God wants us to pray. The richness of the Word of … Continue reading

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Will You Pray For Me?

Prayer; It is a beautiful gift that we have been given. It is a beautiful gift that I fear is often neglected. I speak firsthand, for it is me too often neglecting it. In my lifetime, one of the most … Continue reading

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Learning Alongside Carson, Joey without a D, and the Precious Saints

As someone was kind enough to chunk a bunch of Carson quotes into the Twitter mix end of week, this one snagged my conscience and became the intro to a weekend chock full of grab-me-by-the-collar-and-shake-me-a-bit moments, “Tragically we buy the … Continue reading

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