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You know what it is to feel lost and/or distanced from God. If you are not in the land of the lost now, you've been there before and will likely find yourself there again.
The early church talked a lot about The End.
One of the hardest things about being a grownup is that our inherent grownup-ness often prevents us from eating dessert first.
Were you a first-hand witness that day?
We worship a God who can handle the questions born of hurt, anger and rejection.
Being supportive isn't always the best we can do.
We can confuse cynicism for wisdom. We'll get plenty of agreement.
I like to think when Jeremiah says "my people," he is fleeing from deflection and accepting that his deliverance is intertwined with theirs.
Emily C. Heath
Depression tells many lies. One of them is that we are somehow beneath God's love. But it just isn't true. God knows us, and God knows when we suffer. God loves us immensely in those moments, and I truly believe God wants healing for us.
While Paul warns that the wages of sin would be our death if not for Christ, James goes further, saying that the sin of low wages kills Christ all over again. And again.