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My Cocoon

I’ve been blessed to fall in love with God all over again. This time was like no other. My current call is to be still and know that He is God. I am caught in a place where only transformation … Continue reading

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Memories of the Heart

Simply lovely– Your Face in all its ways. Simply beautiful– Your breathe seeking my lungs So exquisite your kiss and lips on my head. So loving, my God. What do you want from my heart? I lay here in silence … Continue reading

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Spiritual Sisterhood Starts in the Heart

My sister and I are extremely close. So close that we often don’t need words; we only need laughter. We are not only sisters in blood; we are sisters in our hearts. I have been contemplating the brokenness with my sisters in … Continue reading

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Holy silence on Holy ground: 4 ways to make adoration more meaningful

The lights were dimmed, the music inspiring. I could hear a few teens laughing hysterically while others were being carried out of the room. Never had I seen adoration get this extreme. It was the first night I felt the … Continue reading

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Holy Reminder: When things don’t go my way

When we try to take control of our lives, everything falls apart. Part of my 2011 challenge is to TRUST God. I made this commitment, but as I stumble around trying to find the light, I’ve fallen a few times. I must remember Christ is … Continue reading

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