Songs About the Trinity (1)

Songs About the Trinity (1)

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Songs for the Trinity, reposted in spotify. And you said it couldn’t be done! Or, at least I thought it would never get done. But here it is, proof that Christianity worships the one God eternally existing in three Persons of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. C. S. Lewis said it is difficult to understand the Trinity because “Christianity claims…

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Songs of Grace (1)

Songs of Grace (1)

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Here are our our two playlists on God’s grace combined into one. I have not combined the two posts that went along with the playlists (that’d be a strange read) but I have included each of them in the hopes that they would be an encouragement to you today. So please, enjoy grace . . . again (and again!). SONGS…

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Wednesday Morning Jackisms (and Brennisms)

Wednesday Morning Jackisms (and Brennisms)

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Friends, it’s been a crazy three weeks I haven’t been able to write much during that time (I mean, I COULD have hauled my laptop down to the beach an written instead of basking in the sun, but there are limits.) As a stop gap measure I offer up this set of sayings from my children. I hope that they make…

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Songs for Easter (1 & 2)

Songs for Easter (1 & 2)

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. Happy Easter everyone! Much has changed since we’ve posted these playlists, but the Savior is very much alive and working for his glory and our good! I still love the songs (all 25 of them) and this time of year. We will leave you with these words: “But the angel said, “Don’t be alarmed. You are looking for Jesus…

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Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself

Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself

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As a confessed worrier, fear has been a part of my life since childhood. Thus, my favorite parts of Scripture are those that give me reasons to let go of fear and to trust the ever-watchful, ever-active, and ever-protecting God. The Holy Spirit was very kind when he recently surprised me with an extra dose of illumination and conviction from a…

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Running from a Rabid Dog into the Burning House

Running from a Rabid Dog into the Burning House

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For the anxious, nothing seems so pleasant or desirable as being safe. I should know, because safety is my idol of choice. I almost never feel safe. And so I run to false “saviors” looking for security. They temporarily satiate my desires by making me promises, promises of safety and peace in the chaos of life. They say, “Run to money and you’ll…

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