Love Without Limits

Sometimes we must fall before we fly

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In the waves or standing at shore: What do you do in a dark & broken world?

In the waves or standing at shore: What do you do in a dark & broken world?

World War II has always been my favorite time period, specifically the Holocaust and European front to learn about but also the 40s as a time period to grow up in- I love the manners, patriotism, style, etc. Anyways, as I’ve been ready many survivors testimonies lately along with Christine Caine’s experience of visiting Auschwitz to become her start of combating trafficking, I wonder how so many…

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A Call to Men and Women

A Call to Men and Women

If you were to go to the mall, the bookstore, a restaurant, would you be able to tell who in the room is a Christian just by looking at them? Chances are no. As Christians, we are called to be set-apart, but, with the exception of a few, we just blend in with the world. There’s nothing unique about us- in character, countenance, dress, action, speech, etc. We can really say it this way: many of…

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Carry Your Cross

Back in February I created a post about what it means to take up your cross. I went through denying yourself, dying to your flesh, then picking up your cross to follow the Lord and become Christ-like. I also wrote a paragraph about what the cross means to you and that’s what I want to focus on in this post.

In the paragraph asking what the cross means to you, I wrote this:

My challenge to you as…

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Believing the Call on Your Life

Believing the Call on Your Life

When God chooses to use men and women in a significant way, as He used Hannah (the mother of Samuel), He does not allow them to trust in their own abilities. He makes their tasks impossible so that when the supernatural answer comes, only God gets the credit. In Hannah’s case, God closed in on her. The Bible says it was The Lord who closed her womb (see 1 Samuel 1:6). He did not close it for…

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A Blessed Opportunity

I have just entered a contest that the Lord has blessed me with finding. It’s a collaboration between Noonday Collections and International Justice Mission, an anti-trafficking organization. One person is chosen to spend a week in Rwanda with a small group of women to empower women and fight injustice. The Lord has laid this strongly on my heart, especially since Africa is the one place I have…

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A Lady in Waiting

A Lady in Waiting

I’m not sure the purpose of this post- whether for you or for me. All I know is there are words heavy on my heart that need to come out. Is that fair enough? For 8 months now I have waited for what God has promised me. I have waited to love and be loved. I have waited for the start of my love story. Cheesy isn’t it? I know that it is, but I also know that the Lord is the author of my story and…

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Filed under 1 Corinthians 13 love Gods prince and princesses waiting

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A Heart in Full

A Heart in Full

I’m terrified of my heart; of it’s constant hunger for whatever it is it wants. The way it stops and starts.” – Poe

The heart can want so much, desire so strongly, have such passion that rises higher and higher until it tumbles like the waves. I’ve discovered this in my yearnings lately: to do missions work, to speak to women and youth, to write, to travel, to marry, to start orphanages, to just…

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Christ’s Beloved

Christ’s Beloved

She stands amidst beauty:

Once a yearning of her soul,

She is now etched into it.

Her scars have given her strength;

Her pain has given her compassion;

Her insecurities have given way to confidence in Christ;

Her battles have given her faith;

And through it all, she has finally discovered whose she is.

That is the most beautiful of all:

A woman who knows whose and whom she is in Christ.

There is…

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Filed under woman of God; Christ&039;s beloved; beautiful

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Before Jesus ever suggested, “Go and sin no more,” He first welcomed, loved, spent time with and truly received unrepentant sinners, the men and women around him, He took them at face value, without any form of judgement. Those who were comfortable and willing to remain in the life they were living, Jesus cared for them. But though we profess to love like He loves; we often put our energy, time, effort and heart into changing the behaviour of others, rather than introducing them to His astounding grace, acceptance and love. Jesus never said a pre-requisite to receiving love was to be sinless, spotless, blameless and perfect. No. In fact, He loved generously and without hesitation; unconditionally. He desires to minister not only to you, but through you - it’s time to drop the judgemental hypocrisy and our ranking of sins and lifestyles, and start loving… Really loving.
amen!

(Source: hope-movement, via jacintanest)