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Ditch the comparison trap and live a life showered in grace. And don’t forget to extend grace to others in your life, they deserve it too.

When You Struggle with Insecurity

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We all struggle with feelings of insecurity and unworthiness. The enemy of our souls likes to convince us that we’re the only one that struggles with insecurity. We can feel isolated and defeated in our struggles. That’s why we need to hold tight to Jesus. Do you ever struggle with insecurity? If you feel overlooked, …

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Embrace The New Year!

I usually want to embrace the New Year with the best of intentions. We get a fresh start when the calendar turns over into a new year. It’s the perfect time to lighten our load or get a little do over. I usually create a heavier burden by developing a big list of things I …

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No Such Thing As Perfect

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I’ll let you in on a little secret, there’s no such thing as perfect! We know this, yet still set unreasonable standards for ourselves and others. What’s up with that? We are all a little broken, and that’s OK! We will never be perfect. Most of us will never be a size 0 or have …

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How To Love People That Hurt You

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There is something really special about a human who has a deep relationship with Jesus. They make time for Jesus, even when life is chaotic. They listen to people’s hurts and offer comfort and prayer. They serve the people God places in their life in big and little ways. Their words often carry life into …

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Can You Really Love Your Enemies?

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Do you have enemies? If someone asked you that question, could you sit and list hundreds? Or would you struggle finding even one person to add to the list? The word enemy in Webster’s is defined as “one that is antagonistic to another, especially : one seeking to injure, overthrow, or confound an opponent.” It also uses …

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