When We Pray For Dying Children

2126 1408 Kaitlin Curtice

Last night when I couldn’t sleep, I got up to walk around the house for a few minutes before getting back into bed. I could hear the breathing rhythms of…

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Come To You

1920 1281 Sarah Rennicke

You tell me to come to You. Me, worn and weary, fall into You, and You will give me rest. Just come to You. Simple. Straightforward. Just come.   Am…

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The Fruit Borne

1920 1280 Rodney Wilder

What was hoped to flower when sowed that tree your extinguished macabre?— the open-armed grotesque bereft of what our ransom robbed, wrung down loveless whorls, a presage wasted on the…

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1920 1280 Sarah Rennicke

“What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called the Messiah?” Pilate asked. They all answered, “Crucify Him!” “Why? What crime has He committed?” asked Pilate. But they shouted…

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Because Of Grace

1920 1280 Rory Fry

Because of grace I draw each sober breath In a world punctuated by relapse And progressive depravity I brace for impact Safe in Your tender care My serenity intact No…

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Hope Still Springs

1920 1440 Sarah Rennicke

  But as for me, I will always have hope; I will praise You more and more. -Psalm 71:14     More energy leaks away when I try and keep You…

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Grace Comes To Us (With Blistered Feet)

1920 1440 Jay DePoy

I once heard a story about an old missionary. He had been afflicted with such a spiritual dis-ease that keeping the Grace of Christ to himself was no longer an…

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Dark Space, Black Matter

1920 1248 Sarah Rennicke

Before the canvas of the world was painted, the earth posed void, black, formless. Intentionally kept dark for creation, for becoming, purpose was published from shadows, from an ink blanket of…

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Sleeping With The Enemy

1920 1275 Heather Bailey

I’m going to ask you to imagine, if you will, a young lady. She could be in her mid-twenties or mid-life. Even at this age, the vast expanse of her…

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The Madman And The Poet

1600 1600 Nate Currin

A MADMAN’S REDEMPTION CALL   NATE CURRIN The Madman And The Poet 12 Tracks / 45 Minutes Review by Jason Ramsey The nights run long, a sprawling sky of moonlit…

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How Amazing Is Grace

1920 1440 Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros

  How amazing is grace She met me where the tender flesh Bit the sharp sterile paperclip I used to scrape the skin from my wrists How amazing is grace…

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Confessions of a Suicidal Optimist

1920 1260 Heather Bailey

A friend who I hold very dear is going through a serious rough patch in their life right now. Talking to them led me to the question that has been…

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