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Boasting in Weakness

Most of us spend a lot of energy trying to keep up a good front– to appear strong. We try very hard to pretend that everything is perfect. We try very hard to hide our weaknesses. Paul said, “I boast in my weakness.” Continue reading

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Comfort Received, Comfort Given (Aug 26)

revelation of the truths they contain. Think on these: “God is the Father of compassion,” He is “the God of all comfort.” We all do well to allow those truths to sink deeply into our hearts. While life is difficult and there is more than enough suffering for all of us, he is the Father of compassion and the God of all Comfort who comforts us in all our troubles. That is good news. Continue reading

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Wounded (Feb 13)

Crucifixion is designed to bring excruciating physical pain. The physical torture of crucifixion is almost unimaginable. It was a cruel and painful way to die. It was also a method designed to bring shame and humiliation to the victim. The wounds of crucifixion were both emotional and physical. Continue reading

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Comfort Received, Comfort Given (Aug 26)

The comfort God gives is meant to overflow. He comforts us not only that our need is met, but also so that we have comfort to give away to someone else in need. As he fills you with his comfort, you become one he can use to comfort others. Continue reading

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Comfort Received, Comfort Given (Aug 26)

August 26 Comfort Received, Comfort Given Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalms 93:1-5 | Job 20:1 – 22:23 | 2 Corinthians 1:1-11 | Proverbs 22:2-4 Today’s Scripture Focus: 2 Corinthians 1:1-11 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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