Category Archives: Forgiveness

Faithful are the Wounds of a Friend

Tonight, a wonderful, loving friend took me up on my request for her to “walk in the light” with me.  She told me there were some things in my life that were, to put it simply, just plain wrong (although … Continue reading

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The Lord, The Redeemer

Sometimes, I use my blog as a way to express my feelings, when I can’t express them in spoken words.  Sometimes, I use it as a way to communicate to someone, without having to address them directly, pouring my heart … Continue reading

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A Request to my Friends

I have had the privilege of being gently rebuked by several of my friends lately, for various reasons, and I am thankful for their loving honesty.  For different reasons, there has been a lot of hurt that has either been … Continue reading

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Ashes Into Beauty

The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from … Continue reading

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Living in Denial (a.k.a. forgiving others)

After reading a quote by Corrie Ten Boom, a commenter recently asked a very important question regarding forgiveness. She writes: It’s easy to ask Christ to help you forgive. But when do you know you have forgiven the person you … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Thought – Corrie Ten Boom on loving our enemy

It was in a church in Munich that I saw him – a balding heavy set man in a gray overcoat, a brown felt hat clutched between his hands.  People were filing out of the basement room where I had … Continue reading

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Transformed by the Renewing of our Minds

The following are excerpts taken from Jon’s book, Who Do You Think You Are?  Discovering the Power of Kingdom Identity (www.kingdomidentity.wordpress.com) “For the church in the West to come alive, it needs to resolve its identity crisis, to stand on truth, to … Continue reading

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