Inner Strength

  • A Glimpse at MERCY UNDESERVED

    A Glimpse at MERCY UNDESERVED

    Lillian Rossi had it all—a devoted husband, a new baby, and all the riches she’d dreamed of. But one January day changed everything. Now, the consequences of her late husband’s sins extend to her and her son, and Matteo, though only a baby, is the rightful heir to the Rossi empire, making him a target. […]

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  • REBIRTH

    REBIRTH

    Isaiah 53 is prophesy about Jesus, the Messiah. It declares powerful truth about what Jesus experienced for us. “He was oppressed and afflicted,Yet He did not open His mouth;Like a lamb that is led to slaughter,And like a sheep that is silent before its shearers,So He did not open His mouth.By oppression and judgment He was […]

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  • Something Radical

    Something Radical

    What if we do something radical? Something that transforms our culture and the way people interact with each other?  Are you ready for this radical thing? Here it is: What if, before we act, we consider the best interest of others, and not ourselves? What if we consider how our words will impact the person […]

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  • Friendship: Holding Up Tired Arms

    Friendship: Holding Up Tired Arms

    Today, I was reading in Exodus 17, and the Lord impressed upon my heart to share something with you. Before we get there, here’s part of the passage I read: The Amalekites came and attacked the Israelites at Rephidim. Moses said to Joshua, ‘Choose some of our men and go out to fight the Amalekites. […]

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  • Take Up a Tambourine and Lead the Dance of Victory

    Take Up a Tambourine and Lead the Dance of Victory

    Today, I was reading in Exodus 15. To provide some context, let’s look back at what the Israelites had experienced. They had been slaves in Egypt for a long time, and the Egyptians dealt harshly with them. The Israelites kept multiplying, and the Egyptian leader was afraid of how numerous they’d become. He was concerned […]

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  • Worry-Free Caring

    Worry-Free Caring

    The world sends us a false message. It tells us that in order to care, we must worry. If I tell you serious news, and you don’t express concern, fear, shock, or anxiety on my behalf, you don’t truly care. The misconception is that if we don’t lose sleep over something, it means little to […]

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  • Are You Firmly Planted?

    Are You Firmly Planted?

    The other day, my husband and I were outside tackling a mulch project. Before spreading the beautiful dark substance, my husband did some digging. Using a shovel, he dug out the edges of the area needing mulch. Many of these areas were circular and carefully surrounded individual trees. When we got to the final tree, […]

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  • Someone’s Into You

    Someone’s Into You

    Someone’s into you—and not just ANY someone, THE someone. The someone Who constantly thinks about you, Who wants to hold you, walk with you, talk with you, and share in every moment with you. This someone knows everything about you. He knows your darkest secrets, your insecurities, and your struggles. While knowing, His love never […]

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  • Keep Asking

    Keep Asking

    Are you expecting a move of God? Is there something about which you’ve been praying and praying, now feeling like you’re on the verge of giving up? Are you trusting God for a miracle that has not yet been seen? As I was reading in Luke 18 today, the Lord put something on my heart […]

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  • You Belong with Me

    You Belong with Me

    When a business tycoon determines to raze historic homes in the small town of Heritage, Michigan, and replace them with a strip mall, Hannah resolves to stop him. She sets about helping Heritage win a restoration grant that will put the town back on the map–and hopefully restore her disgraced family name. But she’ll need […]

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