Tuesday Reblog: What Lent Means to Me — Christians Read

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Do you long to draw closer to God? Do you want more of God’s presence? If the answer is yes, then I invite you to observe Lent this year. Depending on what church denomination(s) you have been to, you may or may not have heard of Lent. I currently go to a non-denominational church that […]

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Tuesday Reblog: My Greatest Thorn and My Greatest Blessing — Amazing Tangled Grace

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“For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted” (Matthew 23:12). A particular thorn in my flesh has been one of the greatest blessings of my life. Through what has easily been the greatest pain I have endured thus far, God has brought joy into my life. Through […]

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Tuesday Reblog: Collecting – It’s Life or Death! — Melissa McLaughlin

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By Melissa McLaughlin The good news? I am a minimalist. This means, I actually enjoy cleaning out and donating unused items, reducing clutter and simplifying my surroundings and life. For me, less is truly more. The bad news? I am surrounded by a long line of collectors. This means, most of my family actually enjoys […]

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Tuesday Reblog: Feb 28 Words can hurt — Daily Bible Prayer

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Feb 28 Words can hurt — Daily Bible Prayer

“When words are many, sin is not absent…” O Lord, twice I have learned the truth of today’s Proverb. Twice I have given full vent to my anger, spewing words at another person. And both times the eruptions have caused me much grief. Even though I felt completely justified at the time for the hurt […]

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Tuesday Reblog: Hippopotamus Expectations – #poetry #FebruaryWriting — Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos

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Oh, hi there, I wasn’t expecting you Please excuse me, if you don’t mind I made my over here, for what, no clue But, it’s something I hope I can find Lately, I’m lost, don’t know what to do I wonder if you’d help me, in kind Find the thing, blocked from my view Especially, […]

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Tuesday reblog: LAUGHTER IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL — atimetoshare.me

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I remember my grandma telling me not to make funny faces or my face would stay that way. She was probably right, because my face has a road map of lines across it. Each of those lines can probably tell a story, but I like to think of them as a result of laughter. I’ve […]

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Tuesday Reblog: My Faith — Roth Poetry

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My Faith — Roth Poetry

Faith is the floodplain of Grace Where I plant my roots to grow Giving me the strength I need To find meaning and purpose in life Faith is the floodplain of Grace Where conscience and moral values Are cultivated throughout my lifetime; Bringing meaning and purpose to life Faith brings meaning and purpose to life […]

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