Yahweh Shammah – The Lord is There

Reposting in honor of Callaway Hope’s 2nd birthday in heaven.

Women Walking in Grace

Women Walking in Grace

The loss of a child is one of life’s most devastating blows. Sweet Callaway Hope lived 45 minutes in her precious mama’s arms before slipping into the arms of Jesus. The grief is crushing and the heartbreak of facing the future without your child is overwhelming, leaving a hole in your heart that will miss her until you see her again in heaven.

Perhaps life has handed you a crushing blow. A job loss, a health crisis, the death of a loved one, an unwanted divorce. Suddenly you fear tomorrow, barely able to make it through today. It feels like God has abandoned you, that he no longer hears or answers your prayers. You fear the future, unsure of how you will face the loneliness and emptiness that engulfs you today and looms in your tomorrows.

But God – The Lord – is There

In the book of Ezekiel, the people…

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First Impressions

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Prince of Peace

Part 5 of a 5-part series on Isaiah 9:6 Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace When Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan encountered favorable winds upon reaching the great sea west and south of the Americas in 1521, he named it Mar Pacifico, or peaceful sea. He saw nothing of the fierce storms that … Continue reading Prince of Peace

Everlasting Father

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