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What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do!

We all know what it is like to seek to know God’s will in a matter, desiring to do it His way, but having no clue what to do! You know the feeling don’t you? This is bigger than deciding which flavor of ice cream to have. Sometimes it is a crossroads, a change in life, a new season and the decision is overwhelming. Other times there seems to be no answer and no choice, yet life demands a decision. It is gut wrenching when neither choice seems to be good or right, and the only outcome we can see is disaster. We are tossed back and forth wondering what to do. It is in times like this that “we do not focus on what is seen, but on what is unseen”. 2 Corinthians 4:18. So what do we do, when we do

The Power Of Forgiveness

At the end of the session on forgiveness, the leader gave all an opportunity to quietly sit and ask God whom we needed to forgive. In the midst of the quiet, sprinkled with sniffles, whispers and tears forgiveness took place. She then asked if anyone wanted to share what God had done during those precious few minutes. My dear friend Sherry gathered herself and stood to her feet in humble gratitude. Her forgiveness had been ongoing for a long while and that day was like a wax seal on a private letter. Yet she dared to peel back the seal and share it with us. Her words still echo in my heart, “My dad wasn’t there on my birthing bed, but I was there on his death bed.” Forgiveness of an absent f

New Reading Glasses

Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in your law. Ps. 119:18 I remember well when it all started. I was moving the paper closer and closer trying to read the phone numbers. I also remember having difficulty seeing where the numbers fit in the squares on a bank deposit slip. While struggling to read the newly arrived text, a friend snatched my phone and increased the size of the font to HUGE. I began to buy cheap reading glasses but soon found that every few months I was back at the dollar store searching for a greater strength lens. This had become a real problem, even though I didn’t want to admit it. At Touching Hearts, one of us was forever loosing our reading glasses. Stepping up

Move That Wall

We have become very experienced at building walls. Not the kind that protects neighborhoods from the noise of the busy expressway. Nor the walls that keep children hemmed in on the playground. Not the ones that direct rainwater to flow in the right direction. No, I’m talking about the walls we build high and thick hoping to protect our hearts. One brick at a time we build a wall of self-protection. Often times we do this out of necessity to survive in a very evil and hurtful world. As little ones we learned to run and find safety behind a closed door and soon the enemy deceived us into believing this is the best way to live unhurt. Layer by layer the wall grows and suddenly I realize I have

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