Peace, Be Still

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Mark 4:35-41 It had been a long day of ministry. Evening had come. The light gradually diminished over the horizon. “Let us cross over to the other side,” Jesus said. Leaving the multitude the disciples brought Jesus into a boat as he was, ready to sleep. The calm waters of the sea began to move. …

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The weather outside was absolutely beautiful. It was sunny and warm, but not uncomfortably hot, which led me to take a few moments to capture its beauty and absorb some much needed vitamin D. As I laid outside, basking the son’s glow, I felt the Lord tenderly whisper, “I want you to soak in the …

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I’ve heard way too many Facebook posts begin with “I don’t usually talk about politics BUT…” followed by a short dissertation giving someone’s pent-up political polemics and emotional outrage being unleashed seeking the approval of their Facebook crew. I’ve seen my fair share of opinions, rants, gossip, slander and yet also honest concerns and questionings. …

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He Did Not Have a Home

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“Do not be surprised , brethren, if the world hates you.” -1 John 3:13  We were made to live lives that confound the world.  Jesus did.  He did it with the simple grace of a humble carpenter but the resolute strength of a king.  Jesus dismayed the world because 1) He was not of the world …

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The Humble Musician

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As a worship leader and musician at the house of prayer, I have had the privilege of leading God’s people into His presence via music. This is something that I believe the Lord takes very seriously. As worship leaders (in any setting) we serve as priests or mediators to God on behalf of men and …

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