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    It won’t rain always….

      Or in our case with such high heat and temperatures, it’s all anyone wishes for is rain.  With fire risks and heat stroke always on the prowl, a little rain is just the cure for a time of drought.  The song writer who wrote the song, “It won’t rain always,” was speaking to the fact that sometimes when it rains it pours, but it won’t rain always.  Weeping may endure for a night but joy always comes in the morning.  (Psalm 30:5) Today, I am speaking on another note.  That although sometimes we have all the rain we need, sometimes we go through periods of drought.  Periods where we…

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    What is your worst fear?

    “For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” – 2 Timothy 1:7 The phrase, “Do Not Fear,” is written in the bible 365 times.  Does that mean God is telling us we can live fearlessly every day of the year? When asked what my worst fear is, my quick answer is usually a description of an eight legged creature with black fur and beady eyes.   The spider!  But in truth my heart fears many other things.  It’s natural to have weaknesses and fear certain things. Fear can be a natural healthy thing where our bodies warn us of danger, and then there’s the other…

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    Desert Rose

    “The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose”.  – Isaiah 35:1 The desert rose or, “Adenium Obesum,” is such a resilient and beautiful flower.   Some of the most beautiful of roses come from desert like areas such as, Israel.  These roses are regarded as a miracle, due to the harsh climate they strive in; however, it symbolizes the spirit of the Israelis.  They hold such diligence and perseverance in spite of life’s challenges. Sometimes during our walk with God, we find ourselves in a very deserted barren dry land.  Where we feel there is no where to…

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    The other day I noticed a small splinter in my finger.  It hurt so bad, that it affected me the whole day because that’s all I could concentrate on .  To be honest it’s still there!  It’s amazing how the smallest of things can hold our attention.  The smallest of afflictions can become strongholds, and affect everything we do. An affliction is something that causes pain or unhappiness.  Sometimes we fight it and other times we simply learn to live with it.  We ask it to move in with us.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t do well with roommates.  And the old saying, “Misery loves company,” is…