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I don't know if the shine has worn off anyone else's New Year, but for some reason, I'm still there. Reading about new. Thinking about new. Hoping for new. "But new wine must be put into new wineskins, and both are preserved." Luke 5:38 NKJV Perhaps that's why this verse jumped off the pages. I read it and immediately slid into this...

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I'm a fresh air freak. The moment the temps warm up, the furnace goes off, and the windows go open. Even if it's just fifteen minutes. Out with the old air, in with the new! I know I'm not alone in hoping that 2022 ushers in "fresh air."We hope, right? I have many hopes for the new year. Some that may...

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There are those who would call 2021 the year of limbo. Limbo––a state of delay or postponement. But there’s another definition of limbo––betwixt and between. Things happen in the “in-between”. We just don’t always see it! Today’s post offers encouragement if you’re ready to see God do something new in your life. Hope is bubbling up friends. It truly is....

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Woman looking out at lake

If I close my eyes and try hard, I can almost smell her homemade chocolate chip cookies. The cookie jar never lacked for them. If ever it went empty, there was a backup of cookies in the freezer. I wonder why? Had there ever been a cookie crisis in our home? Were my Sis and I brats? Did Mom have...

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Some days the ache for a missing loved one can leverage our ability to celebrate. Other days we “win” and feel the happiness that we’re certain God wants us to. But most days, there’s tension. Two hands clasped, joy and sorrow, in a constant state of push and pull. God is tender when it comes to our sorrow. He doesn’t...

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