Day 5 – Keep the Peace

Have you recently been wronged? Are you in a stuck place, wrestling with anger & bitterness? Look with me at Paul’s example in pursuing forgiveness.

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How to Love your Frenemy

This is gonna be one of those days when you hear some raw, yet vulnerable, confession. I am struggling here and admit, I need help. It seems like even when you are minding your own business, someone can enter your peaceful little world and create havoc. Can anyone out there relate? A friend. Or family…

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WHAT ARE YOU HANGING OUT TO DRY?

In marriage, anger is a silent (and sometimes a not-so-silent) killer. Anger can come in many shapes and sizes, and slide itself easily under the rug. Maybe we think we have our anger under control and yet, it is smoldering like a steam engine about to roar.

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Why Can’t Things Just be Normal?

May we be reminded: the Enemy is sly. He uses everyday situations and ordinary people to get us derailed.

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Gotta #Forgive

One of the biggest hindrances to showing God’s mercy to others is unforgiveness. How many times have we allowed a bitter root of bitterness to grow, hidden resentment within and experienced seasons of prolonged anger? Do we reflect a forgiving spirit which delights in mercy or instead, or we caught up in getting even, holding grudges and…

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Sugly Paid a Visit

Sister Ugly, or Sugly as I like to call her, paid a visit yesterday when I least expected. You see, there is this monstrosity of a house being built next to us. It’s absolutely beautiful and stunning—so that’s really not the problem. The problem is that it has been under construction for 2 years now,…

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