Category Archives: faith

Fleeting Trends

So it begins What would not end If one lived a thousand lives Flaunting trends of mind, of meaning Thwarting souls of faith, beseeching Still hope cries out all believing What truth, disguised Will send

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The Secret in Suffering

This poem by Liz Hupp was shared in the book When God Weeps I saw the woman in the chair; she was in church again today. Someone said they’ve sold their house; they’re going to move away. No! I cried, they … Continue reading

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Edge of the Wind

The air moves In ways strange It doesn’t explain The winds change From gentle to gale From rushing to ripple And I feel the urge To clean out my house Or my heart Or even to disappear Into the wind … Continue reading

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God is Up to Something Good

[The] glorious might of God that we need to see and trust is the power of God to turn all our detours and obstacles into glorious outcomes. If we believed that our hold-up at the long red light was God’s … Continue reading

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Can You Produce Love?

[As] faith contemplates its own power to work through love, it recognizes that only God can produce love. Any “love” that we might achieve without God would not be true love because you cannot do lasting good for anyone without God. … Continue reading

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