Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 14

turning your back…on the crowd

This post by Ann Voskamp appeared in front of me this morning. Here’s an excerpt:   We all get to choose where we set up the stage of our lives — before the Crowds, the Court, the Congregation, the Critics (inner or otherwise)-– or the Cross of Christ. All except One will assess your performance. …

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Jan 13

words?

just how powerful are words? This is what Proverbs 18:21 says in The Message:

Jan 11

It’s all about Him – not a cause

Copied and pasted from my friend Heather Pound’s blog   “People in the poorest countries that rely heaviest on aid are human beings—quite often, very thoughtful human beings—with equally valuable and important places at the table of God’s mission in the world as anyone else……Jesus was not known as one who dished out meals to prostitutes …

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Jan 10

sozo

I saw this word. sozo, on Ann VosKamp’s blog today. Here is the link. http://www.aholyexperience.com/2014/01/what-jesus-said-is-a-life-changer-the-sozo-habit-camera-giveaway-winners It is an excerpt from her book One Thousand Gifts. The Greek word “sozo” means “to save, deliver, protect, heal, preserve, do well, and be made whole.”

Jan 09

Keep Making Me

How to THRIVE? “Keep Making Me” Make me broken So I can be healed ‘Cause I’m so calloused And now I can’t feel I want to run to You With heart wide open Make me broken Make empty So I can be filled ‘Cause I’m still holding Onto my will And I’m completed When you …

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Jan 06

the WORD

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Jan 04

“Jesus We Crown You With Praise”

The first time You came they crowned You with thorns As on an old rugged cross You were raised But the next time You come, it won’t be as before For this time we’ll crown You with praise. Jesus we crown You with praise Jesus we crown You with praise We love and adore You …

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Jan 01

THRIVE

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  : to grow or develop successfully : to flourish or succeed 1: to grow vigorously : flourish 2: to gain in wealth or possessions : prosper 3: to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances #oneword365     John 10:10 (KJV) The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to …

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