Grace Alone

It's easy to forget the weight of my sin. I want to trust completely in His grace but have a "by no means!" attitude toward continuing in sin. I find that I'm either prideful and confident in my "works" or that I'm desperately aware of my faults and am drowning in discouragement. I also often … Continue reading Grace Alone

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Notes From My Study of Haggai and Zechariah: Issues of the Heart

The books of Haggai and Zechariah both take place during the reign of Kind Darius, over the course of his second to fourth year of reigning. These books seem to be intertwined in their messages to the people of God. While studying these books, I immediately see two major heart issues with God’s people- priority and heart motive.

In our pursuit of self-care, we have forgotten the ultimate act of self-care.

In our pursuit of self-care, we have forgotten the ultimate act of self-care: time in His presence. This year, there has been plenty of talk about self-care. We are encouraged to take long baths, incorporate retail therapy, meditate, or read a book. We are taught to step back and take care of ourselves first, so … Continue reading In our pursuit of self-care, we have forgotten the ultimate act of self-care.