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THE END OF THE TUNNEL

Imagine yourself a silent witness to the humiliation that Jesus was subjected to before his death. The soldiers stripped him of his clothes, put a crown of thorns upon his head and mocked him. He was spat on, slapped in … Continue reading

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HOW REAL IS YOUR MARRIAGE?

“A great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ come together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.” –Dave Meur There are far too many Christian marriages that are not real. What I mean by that is that they are not … Continue reading

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THERE IS HOPE…

The last word Jesus spoke on the cross was tetelestai which translated means “it is finished” in Greek. Jesus put an end to all sin, all shame, and all guilt with that one word. As human beings we define ourselves with one … Continue reading

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RECREATE YOUR MARRIAGE

“There is such restoration in creation to relieve stress” – Susan Winter Many marriages would benefit if spouses put the above sentence into practice! God created man and woman to come together in holy matrimony to reflect His glory and … Continue reading

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MARRIAGE IS LIKE A MUSTARD SEED

Today I received the following “What’s App” text from my husband: “A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.” —Ruth Bell Graham I replied: “We obviously have a happy marriage then—we both have to forgive so much all the … Continue reading

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LOVE HURTS…some of the time

  Someone very close to me said some things to me recently that shocked me to my very core – I felt like I had been hit in the solar plexus. For a day and a half, I was left … Continue reading

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MOTHER’S GUILT…

“Behind every great kid is a MOM who’s pretty sure she’s screwing it all up” – Author unknown This quote just about sums up my feelings as a mother. Or at least it used too! From the time our eldest … Continue reading

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