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In all the ordinary and humble of life, there is great lovely.

His invitation is steadfast. “Come to me,” He says. In our coming, He takes my, our, prosaic and makes it beautiful.

Being Made Ready

“Let’s rejoice and be glad and give the glory to Him, because the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His bride has prepared herself.” Revelation 19:7 The bride is preparing herself. We aren’t prepared yet – we are in process. There is a wonderfully intentional positioning that is happening right now all over the world. Many areContinue reading “Being Made Ready”

This Isn’t A Revolution, But It is Kingdom

Revolution:  a forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system (Oxford Languages). We know the familiar story of the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. It was the third day after Jesus’ crucifixion. The disciples had heard of Jesus’s resurrection, but had not yet been witnesses to His resurrected body. Only Mary MagdaleneContinue reading “This Isn’t A Revolution, But It is Kingdom”


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  1. I love what you had to say and how you said it, about the “mist” we are in right now. The Lord is trying to teach me about patience which matures under rials and temptations. As Pastor Luke spoke on Sunday about being blessed when we preserver under trials, it coincided with my devotional in the morning that spoke of how even Jesus was made perfect through the things he suffered (Heb. 2:11).

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  2. An old song by Michael card reminded me Of a few things. Don’t waste your pain
    Make a sacrifice
    Those suffering are closest to Jesus in those moments
    He’s wounded too
    Song-Come lift up your sorrows

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