An Unshakable Foundation


Foundation: The base on which something rests.
What is foundational in our lives?

  • Our home
  • Our family
  • Our church
  • Our health
  • Our relationships
  • Our job

What would happen if the very things that are so foundational to who we are were taken away?

Psalm 46 “God is our refuge and strength, a helper who is always found in times of trouble. Therefore, we will not be afraid, though the earth trembles and the mountains topple into the depths of the seas, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with its turmoil. There is a river; its streams delight the city of God, the holy dwelling place of the Most High. God is within her; she will not be toppled. God will help her when the morning dawns. Nations rage, kingdoms topple; the earth melts when He lifts His voice, The LORD of Hosts is with us, the God of Jacob is our stronghold. Come, see the works of the Lord, who brings devastation on the earth. He makes wars cease throughout the earth. He shatters bows and cuts spears to pieces; He burns up the chariots. ‘Stop your fighting and know that I am God, exalted among the nations, exalted on the earth.’ Yahweh of Hosts is with us, the God of Jacob is our stronghold.”

Would we still believe that (if the foundational things of our life were shaken) God is our strength, always with us, and fighting for us? If everything foundational was gone, would we keep trusting God?

There are two things we must remember:
Never forget that God can calm the chaos.
God has delivered us in the past.

The mistake is when we try to calm the chaos ourselves. God ha disarmed and defused the things that have hurt us. We must stop just believing the words on the page and believe in the God that really is those things. We must start TRUSTING WHO HE SAYS HE IS.

God is our refuge. God is our strength. God is our helper in times of trouble. And our goal is to NOT FEAR. God enables us to run to the chaotic things that once were and laugh at them because He has calmed the waters. He takes what once was disastrous and makes it beautifully calm.

Not once, but twice David writes these words. . .
“The LORD of Hosts is WITH US. The God of Jacob is our STRONGHOLD.”

The Lord is with us!! Trust Him!! Let Him be your foundation, because He is the one foundation that CANNOT and WILL NOT be shaken.

Nikki Hogan

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Silence the Fear

Are you giving fear permission to access the promises God has made?

Are you giving fear permission to access the promises God has made?

There’s an enemy of our souls and he’d love nothing more than a permanent place to filter every plan God prepared for you. Fear is crippling. Fear causes us to react irrationally. Fear drives a wedge between our relationships.

Today, we see natural disasters, racial tension and political division panicking our world. Personally, you might be suffering with a broken heart, loneliness or struggling with becoming another statistic; falling victim to addiction, divorce or suicide.

This isn’t Satan’s first rodeo. The author of confusion and doubt will use your insecurities to stir up questions in every corner you put your confidence. The enemy will use this freak tidal wave of uncertainty and hesitation to drown every declaration you were once so sure of.

Even our past carries the power to pause present day promises if we allow pain to produce the kind of panic that alters our perception of truth.

Fear likes to grip the best intentions and suffocate God’s truths with these burdens from a hardened heart. Be careful here because good decisions don’t come out of our reactions to fear. Worry won’t provoke positive changes.

Jesus says, “I am leaving you with a gift–peace of mind and heart. And the peace I give is a gift the world cannot give. So don’t be troubled or afraid.” (John 14:27 NLT)

This peace Jesus gives is not of this world. He’s the only one who can give you lasting peace. In His presence, there is an absence of fear. It’s a peace that surpasses all understanding.

Jesus silences fear.

The pain of our past will pursue our present day stories until we give the hurt a proper burial and lay these insecurities to rest permanently.

The pain of our past wants to prove nothing has changed. Peace is asking you to step out from the shadow of the past and process life through the lens of Jesus. As you learn to let go, cling to this deep reassurance that His unflinching love, His unfailing hope, and His very best for you is here in His presence. Draw near to this peace.

When it looks like He’s not changing the hard things, know that the Father’s delays are designed to draw out the darkness in our hearts by drawing us into Him.

In this world, there will be trouble. The storms will swirl through your emotions with debris from other people’s messes but you still have the final say. You have a choice to settle your mind and steady your stance on this truth: Jesus has overcome the world, fully, completely, finally and for all of time. It’s already done.

Fear only resides within us. And, the perfect love of Christ resides in us also. You may feel fear but you don’t have to live fear. At the feet of Jesus is where you are set free.

Trisha Keehn

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What a Friend We Have in Jesus


“A friend loves at all times and a brother is born for adversity.” Proverbs 17:17

I’ve never been much of a social butterfly. I’m not good at small talk. I can’t really tell jokes. It’s all awkward. Give me a job to do, a problem to solve, or work to delegate and I’ll take front and center. Put me in a group setting or one on one and I’ll shrink in a corner.

A few months ago though, a couple at church decided they were going to be friends with me and my husband. Okay, so my husband made friends while I watched, terrified that I was going to have to make friends too.

And then it happened. He made plans with them.

We got together and it wasn’t terrible. And then she invited me over to have coffee while our kids had a play date. And I enjoyed it. One thing led to another, and now I text her at least every other day, about big things, little things, stay at home mom things, marriage things, and what’s your favorite cookie recipe things.

Those that know me well still enjoy teasing me about it. My dad semi-joking, semi-serious even thanked her for being my friend. Approaching thirty and he still manages to embarrass me.

What I cherish about our friendship though, is there are no pretenses. I told her from the get-go that I was not social and was quite awful at being a friend. I knew because my other friends told me so. She didn’t mind though. She still chose me.

When I forget to return her text message, she gently reminds me in our next face to face conversation that “Hey, I texted you like two days ago…” and she laughs when I tell her my sad excuse for why I forgot to respond. She sympathizes when something’s wrong. She’s happy for me when something’s right.

And while everything isn’t perfect, it’s pretty fantastic.

She reminds me what my relationship with Christ could and should look like. He wants to know about the big things, the little things, the marriage things, and stay at home mom things. He hurts when I hurt, He finds pleasure in my joy. He loves me even though he knows I’m not very good.

And when I forget to respond… he doesn’t turn away from me when I come back. He isn’t waiting with a snarky comment and raised eyebrow. He’s always glad for our next conversation.

Jessica Brown

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What Does God Really Think About You?

What Does God Really Think About You?

God is so loving, so gracious, so kind, He never allows us to just settle. Mediocrity will never do. The lukewarm will be spewed from His mouth (Revelation 3:16), while the rest will be considered hot or cold (and cold ain’t no good, either). You see, He wants us to see the ugliness of our sin and then see our need for Him. We are helpless without Him. He wants us to yearn and long for more, drinking in more of His grace.

Maybe you’re afraid to go any further with God. You are afraid of what might be exposed. You’re afraid that you might crater because you already feel weak and frail. For that reason, I want you to know, that your identity is secure in Him and Him alone. He loves you more than anything in this world. He already knows you. He knows every hurt, every longing, every dream, every hope…and every sin (even the ones you may not see). He knows the sin that is spewed out in the open, and the sin that is hidden deep in crevices within.

As your Creator, He knit you together in your mother’s womb (Ps. 139:13-16). He knows the exact number of hairs on your head (Luke 12:7) and the day that would be called your birthday (Jeremiah 1:5). He has wonderful plans for you (Ephesians 2:10) and will never ever leave you alone (Hebrews 13:5). You are God’s masterpiece, a beautiful work of art. You’ve been created with purpose, designed to give God praise.

“Worthy are you, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they existed and were created.” Revelation 4:11

“Everyone who is called by my name, whom I created for my glory, whom I formed and made.” Isaiah 43:7

God did not create you to sit back and be amused at your follies, but rather the complete opposite. He takes great delight in you, and you have been created to bring Him glory. In Christ, God has set you apart and declared you holy, and now is finishing His work.

“And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.” Philippians 1:6

In the creation account, God created a Sabbath day and then declared it holy (Genesis 2:3). This day of rest was to be set apart for God, reminding us of all God has done. Further on, in Leviticus and Exodus, God gives us another example by declaring the tabernacle and each article within as holy. These furnishings were to be used exactly as God directed, and detailed instructions were given as to the precise care and cleaning of each item. Exodus 40:9 says, “Then you shall take the anointing oil and anoint the tabernacle and all that is in it, and shall consecrate it and all its furnishings; and it shall be holy.”

In the same manner, the priests were chosen and set apart (Exodus 40:12-13). But wait, it doesn’t stop there. You too, as a believer, have been chosen by God and declared holy. You are His. Repeatedly in Scripture, we see God declare someone or something as holy, and then we see Him bring it about. The tabernacle items were declared holy, and then cleaned thoroughly. The priests had strict rituals to follow in order to enter the Holy of Holies. The same is true for us today. What God has declared as holy is holy indeed, and now He will continue to work it out.

“But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light.” 1 Peter 2:9 (emphasis added)

“As obedient children, do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance, but as he who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, since it is written, “You shall be holy, for I am holy.”” 1 Peter 1:14-16 (emphasis added)

We may justify our actions and motives to ease our discomfort, but the Holy Spirit continues to prod. He is not causing discomfort and pain and suffering in our lives without eternal purpose in mind. Instead, He is making you holy one moment at time.



White as fine linen.

Because you are His bride.

This declaration of holiness on your life is not a command; it is a divine promise. You are holy. A work is being done in your life right now. God considers you a work-in-progress. He isn’t finished with you quite yet, so hang on, dear sister, hang on. It will be worth the ride!

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When It’s Not About You

Sometimes, the situation just isn’t about you. But, if you’re obedient, God can use you as His hands and feet to bless others.

“How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God! How vast is the sum of them! If I should count them, they would outnumber the sand” (Psalm 139:17-18 NAS).


We all love verses like this. They remind us that God loves us and thinks about us often. We are not lost or forgotten. We are children of the Creator! In prayer, we boldly go before the throne of God the Father to seek His will and to make our petitions.


Childish Faith

Like all children, though, we have a tendency to be self-centered. We have such a powerful, intimate relationship with the Father that sometimes we imagine we’re an only child, the sole recipient of God’s time and affection. After a while, we can start to think that every situation is about us. Whether it’s a lesson we need to learn or an opportunity to grow, we imagine ourselves as the leading actor in every scene of our lives.

But our faith isn’t just between us and God. Our kingdom is full of other believers—brothers and sisters in Christ—all of whom have needs and desires just like we do.

It’s true that God called us to have a child-like faith, full of hope and dependent upon God. (See Mark 10:13-15.) However, He did not want us to have a childish faith, focused on ourselves and ignorant of the needs of those around us. (See 1 Corinthians 13:11.)


Childish Behavior

I admit I’ve been guilty of this childish behavior—as recently as last week. Over a year ago, a pine tree fell from the property behind us, across the corner of our yard, coming to rest in the tree limbs above the house of our next door neighbor, Lynn. We’ve spent months trying to get the owners to resolve the situation before it got worse. Then its weight finally brought down an oak tree into our yard, and we spent more time sorting out who’s negligent, what insurance can be applied, who has to remove what, and who has to pay for it.

Through it all, I’ve been focused on my needs. But all my worrying and fussing has only made the situation more frustrating for me and my husband.


God’s Heart

I was on the verge of giving up and just calling a lawyer when I finally (belatedly) asked God for His direction on the matter. Much to my surprise, He didn’t seem concerned about my sense of right and wrong; I suppose He’s the only one who can keep a proper tally of such things. He wasn’t worried about my need for judgment, either, for He is the only true Judge. And He wasn’t fretting about our finances because He’s in control of our income and expenses.

Instead, God showed me what’s on His mind: our neighbor Lynn. He reminded me that Lynn is a disabled senior citizen on a limited income. She can’t afford to remove her portion of the tree, let alone repair a damaged home. It’s even possible Lynn could be injured or killed if the tree were to fall on her roof, and God doesn’t want that to happen.

I felt so convicted! While my heart had been turned inward, God’s heart was focused on Lynn and what she needs. I know God loves me as much as He loves Lynn and, yes, this will work out for the good for all of us. (See Romans 8:28.) But this issue is about Lynn and making sure she’s safe in her own home.

In other words, this isn’t about me.


God’s Hands and Feet

My husband and I now have an appointment to have the tree removed. Lynn offered to pay us back in installments, but we declined. Once we realized that God wanted to work through us to bless Lynn, we knew we had to be obedient.

We all love it when God moves in our lives, when we’re the focus of His blessings. But as we grow in the faith, we learn that “it is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35 NAS). We should want God to trust us to be His messengers, comforters, teachers, and servants. It should be our heart’s desire to be God’s hands and feet in this world.

I encourage you to seek God’s heart in every situation. Don’t be discouraged if you realize God isn’t focused on you, but instead ask God how He wishes to use you to bless others. You may be surprised to find out how much of a blessing it can be just to be useful in the kingdom of God.

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Each Season Has Its Purpose

What do you seek in this season of your life? Does it glorify God?

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven; a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot…”— Ecclesiastes 3:1-2 (NIV).

Summer has given up its hold. The early days of autumn with crispness in the air appeal to the five senses more than any other season.

I remember how blessed I am when I see the trees as they begin their annual dance. The burnished gold, dusty red, muted orange and bright yellow leaves float gracefully through the air and cover the earth. While it means more yard work, I welcome it.

What child hasn’t hidden in a pile of raked leaves and then tossed them in the air just to watch them drift softly to the ground again. Yes, even yard work can be fun.

I savor the sights, the sounds, the smells and tastes associated with this season: the crackling of dry leaves underfoot; the rustling of deer, rabbits, squirrels and raccoons in the dry foliage; leaves burning when there’s no fire ban; chainsaws growling as they prepare wood for winter’s warmth.

When I think of this season, my taste buds recall early fall evenings when we roasted hot dogs and toasted marshmallows to make s’mores. The thought of a square of chocolate sandwiched between graham crackers and a gooey marshmallow increases the anticipation of my favorite part of the year.

Hiking in the woods when the leaves have left the trees bare, I find time for reflection. Quiet beckons. I re-evaluate. I put one step in front of the other and try not to look back at the past when I thought things were greener.

As I watch the scenery change from blues and greens to reds and golds, from browns and grays and back again, I am reminded of the cycles we experience in our own seasons of life. We watch a loved one die. We welcome the birth of a child or grandchild. We see our dreams shattered when someone disappoints us.

When the landscape changes colors, it is a reminder that nothing stays the same. As the seasons change, so must we. If we are to be a God-centered person, we must find the purpose in each season of our life.

To ignore the changes means we are unable to move forward to what God has planned for us. Like the leaves that drift to the ground, we are asked by our Creator to let go and trust Him as He prepares us for each season.

Associated with the transition from warm to cold weather, autumn is the season of primary harvest. Just as mature crops yield their bounty, God wants us to continue growing through a relationship with Him and mature into the person whom He created us to be.

Regardless of the season we are in, we should see each change as an opportunity to celebrate the good and have hope that we might encounter the fullness of God.

Twilight comes early these days. It is a peaceful time. It serves a purpose.

Carol Round

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What Do You Think of Me?

What Do You Think of Me?

What do you think of me?

It’s a probing, nervous question that kids silently ask themselves when they meet someone new, like a teacher or another child. It really means Am I valuable?

We grow up, yet we never stop asking those questions. We may become proactive; we learn communication techniques and coping skills to make sure we can control situations and present ourselves in the best possible light. But we don’t stop wondering what people think because it affects how we think about ourselves.

We worry about impressions we make on others while we parent our children or while we make presentations at work. We despair over plausible answers when we are overlooked for a promotion or a ministry opportunity. And when we get rejected (because we all will be at some point)—well, that’s when the question gains momentum. A spouse leaves, a friend betrays, a parent disapproves–and we conclude, I know what you think of me now. You hate me. I must be unworthy of your love.

I recently read a different translation of a famous destiny-laden verse, Jeremiah 29:11. Here’s how the New King James Version reads: “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.”

God knows what He thinks of us. And still, He died for us. He listens to us. He intercedes for us, saving us from condemnation. He craves our company. He plans a future of hope for us.

Our sinful mistakes and disobedience don’t confuse God about His thoughts. He still knows what He thinks. Here are some of His many thoughts:

  • You were created in my image (Gen. 1:26)
  • I am following your every thought and action (Ps. 139:1-12)
  • I sacrificed my own Son to redeem you (Jn. 3:16)
  • I am offering you abundant life, if you’ll trust me (Jn. 10:10)
  • I will give you the Holy Spirit’s power if you want it (Acts 1:8)
  • I will give you the ability to understand my expectations (1 Jn. 5:20)
  • I will keep my promises to you (1 Chron. 16:15)
  • I love you in spite of your human failings (Ps. 103:14)
  • I will forgive our sins and chose to never remember them (Isa. 43:25)

He thinks we are worthy of Him. No, He makes us worthy of Him. He looks at us, in all our dysfunction and selfish ambition, and He gives because He believes us worthy.

Question answered.

Sue Schlesman

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Are You an Alleviator or an Aggravator?

Are You an Alleviator or an Aggravator?

I recently used the word alleviate in an article that I was writing and although I knew what the word meant I looked it up to be sure that I was using it in the right context. It meant what I thought it did, to ease or lighten, to lessen, improve or relieve. However, I was a little surprised that the antonym of alleviate is aggravate.

This immediately brought to mind a lesson that I tried to instill in my daughter. If you can’t be part of the solution, at least, don’t be part of the problem. There are many times on the way to school when I knew she was not looking forward to something that lie ahead of her that day that I had her quote Philippians 2:14. “Do all things without murmuring and complaining.” I knew that whatever happened gripping about it would not alleviate the situation or her mood.

Have you found that murmuring and complaining tends to aggravate not alleviate most situations? There are so many messes in our world today aggravated by murmuring and complaining. Just look at the political situation. Yes, I agree that there are problems on every side of this election. Yes, I agree we have the right to our opinion and as Christians should take a stand. But, are we really helping anything by murmuring and complaining? I often wonder if we would just hush for a little while if we would hear the still small voice of the Lord giving us direction on such matters.

Conflicts within our churches can be looked at the same way. Are we alleviating or aggravating threats against the unity of our church. Satan loves nothing more than getting God’s children taking sides against each other. A good question to ask ourselves when these situations arise is “Is what I think or have to say about this, going to improve the situation or make it worse?” Being petty isn’t pretty, and it isn’t pleasing to God.

Even in our homes, we can choose to not be an aggravator. Find ways to lighten that disturbance that come to cause disharmony. Sometimes laughter can defuse a tense situation. Other times, when it is a more serious circumstances, it may take restraint and putting a lock on our mouths. Make a conscious decision to choose peace whenever possible. The scripture tells us “If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” (Romans 12:18) (NIV)

Do you know people that seem to always in a bad mood? Don’t be one of them. One of the lessons in my book, 101 Life Lessons From Uno (The One-Legged Duck), is “Find Simple Pleasures.” This is a quote from that lesson,

“Whatever is wrong, let something be right. Let something no matter how simple make you smile.”

We need to check ourselves from time to time to see if we are frowning more than smiling because our mood can aggravate or alleviate the mood of others.

As I read back over what I have just written, it struck me as sounding negative, and I certainly didn’t intend it that way. So I want to pull the positives out and leave them with you. We can choose not to add to the messes of our world by getting quiet before the Lord and waiting for his direction rather than complaining. We can choose unity in our church by not letting Satan get a foothold in the door through pettiness. We can choose to ease tension in our home by choosing peace whenever possible. Finally, we can check own mood and learn to enjoy the simple pleasures of life that will get us well on our way to being an alleviator instead of an aggravator.

Sue Potts

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Rejoicing in the Rain

Do you find it difficult to rejoice in the rain?

This is the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.

(Psalm 118:24)


What if you wake up tomorrow with your mind already made up to rejoice in the day and be glad in it? How will your attitude tomorrow differ from your attitude today?  I have jumped out of bed with a determination to rejoice ‘no matter what’ before, and I have done a commendable job…right up until the first difficult situation arose.

To choose to rejoice in the day no matter what happens is a significant decision, because we all know that every day brings both joy and trials. Sometimes joys outweigh trials. However, sometimes the scales are tipped in the opposite direction, and we are faced with multiple moments in which our resolve to rejoice is tested.

When something good happens, we find it easy to rejoice! A dictionary definition of the word “rejoice” is: to feel or show that you are very happy about something. Saying, “Thank You” to God directly for people, protection, and positives He blesses us with is a wonderful example of how to rejoice.

On the flip side, when we come up against a problem, rejoicing is not usually our first instinct.  However, once we have made a decision to rejoice in this day whether the sun shines or not, there are genuine reasons to rejoice in the rain.

First, we can rejoice because we get to see God work! We get to see Him bring beauty from ashes. When we have a problem that needs solving, being thankful that we worship the Ultimate Problem Solver is something to rejoice in!

Also, we can rejoice that we have an opportunity to display God’s grace to others while we face difficult situations.  Arguably, this should be number one on the list of reasons to rejoice when trials come! When we handle difficulties with a joyful spirit, stemming from the fact that we know we have a faithful God who is going to take care of us…even in the midst of a storm, we give others hope. We give them a glimpse of Who Jesus is in our life, and Who He can be in their life!

One more reason to “rejoice in the rain” is that after we have gone through a trial, we may be able to help someone that is facing a similar trial. We can offer them empathy and encouragement. We can offer them concern and comfort.

We can give them a reminder of the overwhelming faithfulness of our Father. Coming alongside someone and encouraging them to draw closer to God is a blessing that is well-worth rejoicing over!

Trials, difficulties, hardships, and rain – all can help us grow, to bring consolation to others, and to rely fully on God. All rain can give us cause to rejoice.

I clearly remember one gloomy day as a preschool assistant, lamenting to the children that it was raining – forcing our playtime to be inside instead of on the playground. A sweet student looked at me and wisely declared, “Rain is good! It makes the crops grow.” Yes…rain is good. And rain does in fact make the crops grow. Five-year-olds just get it sometimes.

This is the day the Lord has made: Let us rejoice, really rejoice, and be glad in it. Rain or shine.

Gwen Thielges

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Is Social Media Hurting the Cause of Christ?


“Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.” Ephesians 4:29

Social Media has provided a way for people to say anything they want without physically interacting. Many brothers and sisters in Christ have chosen to be critical of lost people, politics, and far too often each other.

It is almost as if we have decided that we must “stand up” for the way we view Scripture by “putting down” anything we disagree with.

Some have chosen to be overly critical. A nice Christian post that quotes someone another Christian doesn’t like is immediately condemned in the name of God. Today “heresy” is not noticing WHO said, “Jesus loves you” in a scenic picture quote.

What is more disturbing is fellow pastors and self-proclaimed theologians are attacking well meaning Christians who simply want to post encouraging words on social media.


Why do we have to be critical of each other? Why can’t we simply scroll through our news feeds without attacking other brothers or sisters in Christ?

It’s NOT God’s way for us. We are to “let no corrupt talk come out of our mouths.” Corrupt means, evil, filthy, and even abusive. There is no doubt some Christians are being “abusive” on social media.

But Paul doesn’t end with what NOT to say. He adds the way our speech should be. “Only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.”

Building up, fits the occasion, and there it is—Grace.

Have we forgotten grace? Have we forgotten our speech is for building up the church? Can’t we find it in our hearts to encourage each other? Or better yet, can’t we use social media to brag on Jesus?

He is who we should be talking about. The One who purged our sins. The One who forgives us time and time again for our sins.

We could be flooding social media with the Gospel. As lost people spew filth, we could be speaking purity. As lost people speak hate, we could be showing love.

Sadly, if we cannot speak love to each other, why should lost people see us any differently from themselves?

I pray we can change.

Pastor Rodney

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