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Speaking to the Soul: The question of condemnation

This week it’s going to be hard to try and love some people. Honestly, I can’t say that I will ever love them. I just can’t. What they do is against every Christian belief that I have, and I just can’t let that go. So am I going to do?

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Speaking to the Soul: In Love with Jesus

The Gospel authors had met Jesus only in verbal accounts, only through others who knew people who had known him. And yet, like a buried priceless treasure, they found him, recognized him as their beloved, acknowledged him as the one for whom their souls had always yearned.

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Speaking to the Soul: Creative Love

Jesus reminds us that being apart from creation does not absolve him (and by extension us) from a responsibility to it. He demonstrates that responsibility by following through with taking up the cross, dying, and rising again

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Speaking to the Soul: Sloppy Love

Although it lifts my heart, I still find it hard to believe in God’s joyous regard. Surely it could not be real! How could God insinuate God’s self into the murky reaches of my soul this way?

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