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A Word to the Shorn

One of the most significant experiences in the life of a sheep is in springtime when they need to be shorn. A word of encouragement to those enduring a long season of shearing. We look at a sheep shearing festival in the life of of King David. I Samuel 25:7

A Word to the Shorn I & II

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Rizpah

 

II Samuel 21:10—14. Rizpah, (meaning hot coal or stone) an extraordinary woman, a catalyst of redemption, reconciliation and closure. Lessons for all called to mother in an unconventional time.

 

The Beauty of Safety

All of our lives are a search for safety in people, places and things. We have legitimate needs. Sometimes we meet them in illegitimate ways, but all of our hungers are reducible to safety. Psalm 61:1, 3.

2 part series:
The Beauty of Safety

 

Are You a True Success?

Knowledge makes people arrogant, but love builds them up.
I Corinthians 8:1

Are you a true success? The answer to that question will depend upon the standard you use in measuring yourself. God’s standard or the Worlds! If we use God’s standard we’ll notice that God cares about “What we are” while the World cares only about “What we have.” Salvation comes only through God’s grace in Jesus Christ but there are three easily discernable ways by which we can assess whether or not even as a Christians we are headed in the direction of Kingdom success!

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