Being Wrong Has Never Tasted So Right

A few days ago, I was sitting across from Kim, the most amazing nail tech, who has done my nails for the past ten years. And, she gasps, “What is that on your arm? I’ve never seen it before. You need to get that looked at!”

I had no idea what she was talking about so I asked her.

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“A mole,” she said, “it’s just come up in the last two weeks because I know I have never seen it before.”

She, then, took my free hand and dragged my finger across the top of the tiny bumpy mass.

2 Simple Ways to Change Your Past

Change the past? Huh?

Do you think maybe I’m being a little presumptuous — or maybe a little ignorant — to even suggest that changing the past is possible?

Oh girl, I wish I could change some things about my past and I know you do too!

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We’ve all got stuff… stuff that happened to us that we wish we could change. We’ve all got stuff… stuff we’ve done we wish we could undo.

But, we can’t.

How Not to Pronounce Hosea

Do you ever feel insecure if you are asked to read the Bible out loud?

You know, some of those Bible words can trip you up!

Well, if you think you have issues with pronouncing Biblical words, you should hear my computer try to do it! In fact, I want you to hear my computer read from the book of Hosea!

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What Your Response Should Be to Hardship

Don’t you just sometimes get tired of dealing with hard stuff?!

You know… strained relationships, difficult bosses, constant conflict, illness, financial stress… hard stuff!

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Our hands can droop and our knees can wobble. We can look over our shoulder and think about turning back.

If that is you, my friend, don’t turn back! Try to see your hard stuff as discipline.