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Joy in Serving the King

Joy, joy in serving the King, God, spiritual growth, faith, Bible, Bible study, Jesus, forgiveness, missionary work, missions, self-sacrifice

“There’s joy in serving the King. Haven’t you heard that?” Kristin’s eyes met mine in the high school bathroom mirror. I was a new believer. I hadn’t heard that before. Her mother, however, taught my high school girl’s Bible study. Kristin would know. She spoke those words 44 years ago, and they have stayed with me […]

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Learning to Read: the World Becomes Knowable!

A seven year-old sweetheart in our life is learning to read. “It’s so amazing,” she told me. “Everywhere I look I see words to read!” When we sat together with an open book, her younger sister told me not to bother, “she can read it now herself.” (I continued reading. I’m more fluid than she is, especially […]

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Daily Light: The Chambers’ Favorite Devotional

Daily Light on the Daily Path was Biddy and Oswald Chambers‘ favorite devotional. Throughout their seven year marriage, the couple read the book each morning. It served as a touchstone to their day and relationship. Both read it all the way to the end of their lives. What is Daily Light? As a devotional, Daily Light […]

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Beware Bitterness: 4 Tips

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Today always provokes bitterness in people. It doesn’t even matter what day it is, bitterness overcomes and erodes who you are. It’s got a definition:  “negative emotion or attitude, similar to being jaded, cynical or otherwise negatively affected by experience.” That person you’re furious with is imago dei–made in the image of God. S/he may […]

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Martin Luther, The Bible and Me

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Martin Luther nailed a lengthy piece of paper to the Wittenburg church door on October 31, 499 years ago. Luther, a monk, announced his dissatisfaction with the Catholic Church that day and sparked the Reformation of Christianity. His 95 theses declaration changed civilization; some believe for good, some think for bad. Certainly, my life is […]

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