Tag: #write31days

Love Never Fails : Let me tell you what I’ve learned

This is it, the last post in my 31 day writing challenge. I have to say I am proud of myself for posting something every day for 31 days straight! I thoroughly enjoyed it. It really wasn’t overwhelming for… Read More

Love Never Fails : How a meal can heal us

The night before Jesus was crucified, he shared a meal with his closest friends and followers. He took a basin of water and a clean towel. He poured water on dry, filthy feet, cleansing them, refreshing them, preparing them… Read More

Love Never Fails : Syphoning the suffering

I heard a story this week about a boy, raised in the church, gets into some pornography, and his parents find out about it. Yeah, he’s a boy. He’s normal, right? I imagine that this scenario has played… Read More

Love Never Fails : You are enough

The other day, while checking out at Trader Joe’s, the woman at the register commented on my eyebrows. I know that sounds weird, but she asked how I did them because she loved them. I told her about… Read More

Love Never Fails : Delighting in evil – tragedy in Oklahoma

“Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth.” (1 Corinthians 13:6 NIV) Saturday, at the homecoming parade for Oklahoma State University, a 25 year old woman driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs,… Read More

Love Never Fails : How do you make yourself happy?

Happy | adjective | feeling pleasure and enjoyment because of your life, situation, etc. The other day, my son asked his Facebook friends, How do you make yourself happy? There were comments all day: Find yourself. Jesus bro. Do what… Read More

Love Never Fails : When squinting in a fog

“We don’t yet see things clearly. We’re squinting in a fog, peering through a mist.” (1 Corinthians 13:12 MSG) Do you ever feel like the future is a fog? Like there is nothing but overwhelming challenges with unknown… Read More

Love Never Fails : When you don’t know what to say, do this

90% of helping is just showing up. That’s the title of a book I read while I was in Seminary taking a class called, Grief, Loss, Death and Dying. How’s that for an uplifting four credits toward my… Read More

Love Never Fails : Who wants to go to hell?

I saw this on Facebook today, and I bristled. I looked at it for several seconds and thought to myself, Well that’s a hateful message! Hmmm… and I always thought I liked Tozer. Two questions: 1. Exactly what Christian standards?… Read More

Love Never Fails : Stop dwelling on the past

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the… Read More

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