“Lord, I Don’t Want to Do Your Will.”

  I have been doing an amazing Kay Arthur study on prayer with a ladies’ group at my church this summer called, “Lord, teach me to pray.” I love her point (pg. 54): “And what is the root of all sin? Is it not independence? Is it not self having its own way?” She goes on […]

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A Call to Confession, Repentance, and the Gospel

  I’d like to invite you to pray with me, my precious brothers and sisters! Sin = an archery term that means “to miss the mark.” If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from […]

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She Who Has Been Forgiven Much, Loves Much

This week we have seen that ALL have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23) – that women and men are equally sinful and equally in desperate need of the grace, mercy and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. We took a look at how I thought I was such a “good person” or “good Christian” for […]

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