Who or What Defines You?

Remembering Who’s You Are! As old as mankind is, there are tales of men and women going off to “find themselves”, and discover who they are. I remember when I went through the breakup of my first marriage and subsequent divorce many years ago, someone said to me, “now is the chance to reinvent yourself!” […]

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What Does Love Look Like?

While growing up, the author Brennan Manning had a best friend called Ray. The two of them were reportedly inseparable; they went to school together, bought a car between them as teenagers, went on double-dates, and then, during the Korean War, they enlisted and, amazingly, were sent to the frontline together. One night while sitting […]

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“I Love You Lord”

“I love you, O Lord, my strength”. Psalm 18:1 Tell God you Love Him This is one of my favourite Psalms. If you get a chance, read through all of Psalm 18. There are lots of scriptures that declare thankfulness to God for His deliverance in battle, including a parallel scripture to this Psalm, in […]

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Super-Charged!

“I love you, Lord; you are my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my savior; my God is my rock, in whom I find protection. He is my shield, the power that saves me, and my place of safety.” Psalm 18:1–2 “be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his […]

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The Unfathomable, Immeasurable, Relentless Love of God

The past couple of weeks we’ve been singing a beautiful song at our church by Cory Asbury; the words in the bridge of the song go like this: ‘There’s no shadow You won’t light up Mountain You won’t climb up Coming after me There’s no wall You won’t kick down No lie You won’t tear […]

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The Father Heart of God – Meaningful Connection

My three sons live and work abroad. As a mum, I miss them, every single day. People say things to me like ‘well at least there’s Skype’ or ‘be glad they’re all love The Lord’. Both of which are absolutely true, and I am glad for those things, but you can’t hug your child over […]

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