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Good Extinguishing Evil

Most of us want to get rid of evil. As much as we try, it is not going to happen!

As the Reverend Billy Graham said, “Evil and suffering are real….They aren’t an illusion, nor are they simply an absence of good. We are fallen creatures living in a fallen world that has been twisted and corrupted by sin, and we all share in its brokenness. Most of all, we share in its tragic legacy of disease and death.”

There will always be evil in the world. As Scripture teaches, “we overcome evil with good!” In light of the horrific events that happened today in Sutherland, Texas, it is heartbreaking… absolutely…heartbreaking to me or anyone who has a heart at all!

What can we do? We can immediately pray, especially for those who lost family members and friends! We can determine to do good and we can find comfort in knowing that those who lost their lives were worshiping God! I’m not at all trying to make light of the brutal murders but as a believer in Jesus, I do take great comfort in those precious souls who died today because of where they were and what they were choosing to do!❤️

Thank you Lord that there is great hope for those who seek you!

Roof Raisers!

Have you ever felt paralyzed? Ever since January 14th of this year I have felt paralyzed in many ways. It has been a strange way to live. Of course I have been able to get up and accomplish my to do list like plan a wedding and help Brewer to recover among other things, but…

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The Best Kind of Fear

The phrase “fear not” is in the Bible 364 times. As Christ followers, God’s best for us is to not live in fear. Fear is a chain that our enemy loves to cleverly wrap around us. It is an invisible chain, but a heavy one. It can immobilize the strongest man or woman. How can…

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The Power of the Holy Spirit

Who wouldn’t want to wear a cape and have a super power? If you have invited Jesus into your heart and live a surrendered life to Him…there is a super power that comes to live in you. It has a name, The Holy Spirit! When Jesus died on the cross, He promised to send his…

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Children, Our Treasure

We worry what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. I love children and I love the story found in John 6:5-15 where Jesus fed the 5,000 from a boy’s lunch of 5 small barley loaves and 2 small fishes. We read that there was a great crowd following…

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Moment Before The Moment

Life is often defined in “critical moments.” Being prepared for those moments, I have found, is done in obscurity. Times of learning to discern God’s voice above all others. When I turn to the book of 1 Samuel chapter 16, I find David as a young shepherd going about his daily life in obscurity. Tending…

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Answers on the Dark Days

I am sure the precious people who lost their lives in Las Vegas on Monday never thought that this would be their last day on earth, nor did I think when I was screaming my head off with Brewer Bradshaw at the National Championship on January 9th of this year that I would be watching…

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Silent Sermons

Shy would not be a word that describes me. I have always loved to talk and interact. I have learned to embrace and be thankful for how God has created me and uses me to fulfill His created purpose for me. I love words and in the Back 9 have enjoyed learning new words and…

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