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  The following prayer may seem like an unusual one to publish as a Lenten prayer but Lent is meant to be about re-evaluating our life focus and more than that about reconciling ourselves to the love of God as I mentioned in the post United by Love Not Doctrine.  Recognizing the depth of God’s love […]

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I am WAY in over my head. What am I doing?   There is so much to do for the kingdom. So many people to reach. So many hearts to be transformed. What am I doing?   I think of the ways God has used me, and the divine appointments he has set up, and think, “Wow, God used someone like me to touch the heart of his child. There is so much more to do!”   It becomes overwhelming when you think about the big picture. But God is telling me to focus on the person in front o