Category: love


Day 35 – The Graduation Speech

Today we read Paul’s final benediction to the somewhat unpredictable Corinthian church. His closing remarks in 2 Cor. 13:11-14 remind me of ones you might hear at a graduation ceremony. Poignant. Succinct. Meaningful. If you recall over the past few chapters, Paul has addressed these city-dwellers with instructions on how to live life. These are real people with real problems and real jobs and … Read More Day 35 – The Graduation Speech


Day 31 – Go the Extra Mile

Have you ever loved someone so much that you feel spent? Empty? You pour out. You give. You love them to your utter core. And yet, there is barely a heartbeat in response. You can feel the pain of Paul today in our text, 2 Cor. 12:11-18. Paul has tirelessly given of his time and energy to woo the heart of the Corinthians back … Read More Day 31 – Go the Extra Mile


Can I Love God More Than Anything Else?

What lesson can we learn from the book of Job? We can learn that it is possible to love God more than the things of this world!


Are You Feeling Down?

Funny how a bad haircut…or a zit…or a smart-aleck comment…or 5 extra pounds…can utterly destroy you.


If Jesus had a #, What Would it Be?

If I had to guess…and it truly is only a guess…I would venture to say that a lot of people would give Jesus the #LOVE. Like if you and I were playing Family Feud, it would end up in the top 5 “People Said” categories. From the time we were young’uns, we have had it drilled into us, “Jesus loves you….this I know…for the … Read More If Jesus had a #, What Would it Be?


Amazing Love

It takes the good, bad and ugly to truly appreciate God’s goodness.

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