Posts tagged with: forgiveness

In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Tonia Gutting prays for more Jesus for the Mil Spouse. Couldn’t we all use a little more Jesus? More Jesus for the Mil Spouse by Tonia Gutting   Give me Give me Give me  ...
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A look at Veteran’s Day – Only 9.4% of Veterans are women. Less than 10%. These women of courage, loyalty, and strength have served our country well since before the founding of our nation. Formally recognized in service to their...
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by Claudia Duff When my husband was active duty, he traveled a lot. While he was away it was my job to hold the fort until he got back. That included the financial side of things. Not my jam ladies,...
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by Rachelle Whitfield My husband and I started premarital counseling several months before the big date. I was on staff at a church and it was a requirement in order to get married at the church. We were being counseled...
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Praying with excerpts from Psalm 135 for our warriors today. Praise the Lord. As the new calendar fills As the goals give way to demands As we hurl ourselves headlong into this new year Lord, stop us. Teach us to praise. To...
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Seeing the Heart…and forgiving anyway   Sometimes the best way to cover the ground that lies up ahead is to let go of the miles behind you. You’ve heard the cliché, “Just let it go.” Yeah, I have, too. And...
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Lord, our hearts are heavy for our children for the preemie fighting for her life for the toddler who can’t control her emotions or words anymore for the school girl who constantly fights her mom for the teen boy looking...
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Praying with excerpts from Habakkuk 3 today:   Lord, I have heard of Your fame; I stand in awe of Your deeds, Lord.   Timely storms that hid troops. Clear skies that let planes fly. Shelters from the waves for ships....
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Our Great God, We get lost in the dark and forget You hold the stars. We get enamored with glitter and forget Your throne above all. We get overwhelmed by our grief and forget You are eternal. We drown in...
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Who We Are   Forgiven. This. This gift. This declaration. This Truth about who we are and what has been laid upon our brokenness and shame is the most life-altering bestowing you or I will ever lay hold of. Forgiven....
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