Category Archives: A Perfect Heart

Our Times of Brokenness

Tozer once wrote: “All great Christians have been wounded souls.” I read that again recently and began to wonder whether Tozer was correct on this. Sure, for those who are truly devoted to Yahweh and committed to serving Jesus can … Continue reading

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Life Through Death

Please, I need YOU to prayerfully read this. It is to life-giving and will speak to where you are living right now:

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Wait? How Come?

Once again, I was reading many of the prophetic messages Isaiah gave and ran across a verse that I had read many times before, but this time, something caught my attention. It was in the thirtieth chapter, specifically, verse eighteen.

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Being God-Conscious

For some time now, I have sensed that our Lord wants us to become more sensitive to His Spirit; to become so open we will become true Ambassadors of His Grace. Paul wrote, “We are ambassadors for Christ, and God … Continue reading

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Today!

People often repeat Henry David Thoreau’s famous quote: “The mass of men live lives of quiet desperation.” When they do, they are usually trying to excuse their selfish passion to achieve a goal or to avoid “playing it small.” But … Continue reading

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Dealing With Suffering

As many of you know, back many years ago, before we had any kids, I produced a study on the Story of Job. Yeah, I had read Job’s story many times, but during a cold, rainy, drizzling vacation on Mackinac … Continue reading

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Considering Our Hearts

If you opened the book of 1st Samuel, turned to Chapter 19, you would see that it ended with a supernatural event that occurred at a place called Naioth, near the prophet Samuel’s residence in Ramah. You see, David had … Continue reading

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