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God with Us

When presents are placed under the Christmas tree, I guess we all look for one with our name on it and the size of it! But often it’s the tiny parcels bearing your name that bring such wonder and excitement. Many times these tiny presents hold more value than the larger ones. Sometimes I find […]


A Christ follower’s hope is not the same as unfounded optimism. It is confident expectation and assurance that our future is based on God’s love. When you experience something difficult, such the death a loved one, a divorce, financial trouble or physical illness, it can be easy to lose hope  You’ve probably wondered, “Why is […]

Display of Love

Love. It’s a complicated thing. Every generation tries to understand love, fall in love, and explain love. People have gone to extremes to display their love for others, and thousands of years ago God did just that for each of us. In Romans 5:8, Paul tells us God demonstrated His love for us this way: […]

Burden Carrier

We all carry burdens, and we carry them through our daily lives,  and to bed at night. It’s hard to get out from under them. Sometimes our burdens are a result of past mistakes. Other times, they are out of our control. Things like financial debt, relational strife, unexpected illness, and hurt from our past […]

Where do you take cover?

Pretend for a moment that you’re standing outside in a blizzard with only a t-shirt on comprar viagra barcelona. Would you refuse a jacket if one were offered to you? In the midst of freezing temperatures and billowing snows, the warmth a jacket provides would be more than desirable. Not many of us would stand […]


In John 8, Jesus is teaching at the temple when the Pharisees enter the scene with a woman they caught having an affair. “‘Teacher,’ they said to Jesus, ‘this woman was caught in the act of adultery. The law of Moses says to stone her. What do you say?’” (John 8:4-5). The Pharisees were filled […]