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Jack Hayford, an American author, Pentecostal minister, and Chancellor of The King's University, speaks at Gateway Churc»
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Yesterday we talked about the difference between confession and repentance . . . confession = admission of guilt and repentance = remorse and asking for forgiveness. I’m going to start today with confession. True confession. I want you to like me. Truth – bloggers sit day after day pouring out their hearts through their fingertips. Christian bloggers are no different. We go to blogging conferences, check our stats, promote ourselves, search»
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Calling all supermoms! My friend, Jenny, wrote this amazingly awesome mothering book: Confessions of a Wonder Woman Wannabe. On a Mission to Save Sanity, One Mom at a Time! It’s hilarious and packed full of useful tips and advice. Buy it. While you’re cruising along in your invisible airplane – er, minvanBuck up and keep [...]The post Confessions of a Wonder Woman Wannabe appeared first on Homeschool: Faith, Family, Health, and Heart Traini»
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Relationship and intimate community is impossible without the blood of Jesus at the center. Either judgment and lying and pretense govern our relationships, or grace rules our relationships. Jesus’ blood makes confession and truth possible, and opens the door to true fellowship. A message on 1 John chapter 1. 0003_1John_session2.mp3
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“In one long glorious acknowledgment of failure, he laid himself bare before God. ~John Grisham, The Testament   Let me remind us where we’ve been before I talk about confession. My guess is that as soon as you heard the word you hopped out of that comfortable, secure lap of love and went somewhere else. Why do we do that? I don’t know too many people–parents, teachers, close friends–who successfully correct our shortcomings. We don»
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On a hot summer day driving down the Highway 38 you can see a beautiful collaboration of mountains and pavement, flowers and fences, nature and man’s way of getting through it. I’m excited to introduce a series of stories that ... Read MoreThe post Roots & Roads Intro: My Confessions appeared first on Jesus & Tattoos.
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Ever wonder what’s it really like to be a church planting pastor? Today we hear the confessions of one of the bright lights in the Evangelical world who’s doing just that. I had the privilege of teaching and mentoring Dan Nichols through his years as a high school student where he led the school’s worship efforts. [...]
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I don’t know if you do a lot of confession when you pray.  I hope you do.  Confession is, they say, good for the soul.  I wonder, though, what most of us do when we confess to the Lord. I  wonder if in our confession we simply tell God what we did.  Don’t get me wrong.  I definitely think we should do that.  Sure, the Lord already knows about it, but we should tell him that we know we have sinned. But is there more?  Do we just noncha»
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It’s Sunday. I guess it’s time to confess. I don’t know why I just said that. I’m not Catholic. Are there certain days to go to confession or is it just whenever you think you need to go? Never mind, I digress. OK, back to my slacker mom confessions. Hopefully this will make you feel better about your own mothering skills. ********* - My 3 year old still has a pacifier (one might even be hot pink & green). I have no plans on trying to»
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In the early hours of the morning, I admitted something to myself. Finally, in the dark of my bedroom as I lay still, I let the confession come to life. In the alarmingly bright blue light of my alarm clock and the stunningly bright light of the moon through my window, it danced lively on my cheek. I have been hanging onto something. With the same strength as a hundred year old tree, roots dug deep, and with the same tenacity as a sleeping infant»