Positive Statements for Fighting Negativity

Answers to Your Questions…

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Q: I know the Bible says that Jesus forgave all my sins when I received Him as my Savior, but I still feel horrible about some of the things I did before I was saved. What can I do?

A: Let it go! Remorse can be a real problem because it so easily leads to depression. It also often greatly hinders many Christians’ usefulness for the Lord, because they ask, “How could Jesus possibly use me or even forgive me when I can’t forgive myself?”

But where we have problems,  . . .  read more

New Year, Fresh Start

Words from Jesus

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Each new year brings with it many things. It’s full of freshness, growth, and new experiences. It’s full of second chances, forgiveness, and opportunities to try again. It’s also full of tests, new challenges, and its share of difficulties and problems.

The most important thing in your new year is your relationship with Me. Because with Me at your side, you’re guaranteed to make it through whatever this new year may hold.

It’s been wisely said that life on earth is . . .  read more

It Takes a Child

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Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.
—John 7:24 ESV

We were the only family with children in the restaurant. I sat Erik in a high chair and noticed everyone was quietly eating and talking. Suddenly, Erik squealed with glee and said, “Hi there.” He pounded his fat baby hands on the high-chair tray. His eyes were wide with excitement and his mouth was bared in a toothless grin. He then wriggled and giggled with merriment.

I looked around and saw the source of his . . .  read more

Slow Down, Laugh a Little

A compilation on creating lasting memories with your children

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I can’t forget a particularly dreary, rainy Saturday several years ago. The kids had not been able to go outside all day, and they were definitely starting to get on each other’s nerves. I had sidetracked them, separated them, and even secluded them in attempts to maintain some modicum of peace and tranquility. By the . . .  read more