Behind Closed Doors: Fear and Food

Behind Closed Doors: Fear and Food

God, why can’t I be free from this, even still? I prayed. What kind of believer, what kind of counselor, what kind of mother am I if I can’t catch a grip on this single struggle even now? Yet, in the midst of this fear, God has taught me that He is still faithful to us even when we have yet to conquer our greatest fears.

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God is Faithful

God is Faithful

As well as we know the sting of the unfaithfulness of others to us, we also know of our own unfaithfulness. Hurtful words we have spoken to others we were supposed to love. Promises we made that we never fulfilled. Times when we were supposed to stand strong to hold another up but ran away and let them fall. Just as others have left their marks of unfaithfulness on us, we have likewise left our own wounds of unfaithfulness. Who can be trusted? Can we rely on anyone? If even those who love us most will still be unfaithful due to their sin, and we ourselves cannot be trusted because of our sin, is there anyone who we can look to that will be steadfast?

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Lessons on Sanctification While Living in A Construction Zone

Lessons on Sanctification While Living in A Construction Zone

A year of living in on-going house renovations, seeing rooms completed one piece at a time, I have learned not only patience but a lot about sanctification. In many ways this little house is much like my heart, and yours too. 

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Hope for the Hurting, Fearful-to-Trust Woman in the Faithfulness of God

Hope for the Hurting, Fearful-to-Trust Woman in the Faithfulness of God

When we are broken and hurt by others, how can we reconcile that? After the pain we have felt, why should we risk giving such a precious gift away again? And what about God? How is He trustworthy?

Friend, we can learn to trust both God and others again. There is hope for restoration. But first, we must straighten our theology.

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