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What’s your TQ–your Trust Quotient?

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Step In The Water

choices, finding your way, God, God's Power, God's purpose, God's Sovereignty, God's Will, Life, Obedience

How Dry Ground Speaks To Me

God, God's love, God's omnipresence, God's Power, God's purpose, God's Sovereignty, God's Will, Grace, Grace / Mercy, The Gospel

Peaceful Fog

God, God's omnipotence, God's Sovereignty, God's Will, Grace, Obedience, The Holy Spirit, Truth

They Made It Across The Red Sea

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At The Edge Of The Water

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Is Anything Blocking Your Vision?

So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18

One of Sarah Young’s thoughts in Jesus Calling today seemed appropriate to one of my most aggravating dilemmas.  “The curse of this world,” she said, “is over-stimulation of the senses, which blocks our awareness of the unseen world.”

I detest following a semi or an SUV on the road. Both of them block my sight so I can’t see what’s ahead of me. I’m not trying to be the first car. I just want to see the road signs ahead of me. And every time I park at Wal-Mart, I park by little cars. I avoid parking by big trucks or SUV’s. Invariably, when I leave, some big truck or 24-passenger SUV has parked right beside me. I have to crane my neck and back out cautiously and blindly to avoid smashing into someone. Continue reading