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Devotion: Forgiveness

Any way you look at it, the act of forgiveness is typically not easy. But wouldn’t it be accurate to say that forgiveness is worth it? As Christians, extending and receiving forgiveness is at the heart of our belief and relationship with Jesus. In Matthew 18 (v21-22), I believe...
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Devotion: Passion

Take a moment to read the scripture passages from the weekend: Song of Solomon 8:6-7 & 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 What is your passion? Do you have a strong emotion or boundless enthusiasm for something or someone? After so many years of waiting, you might answer, the Kansas City...
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Devotion: Empathy for Others

“Today, a boy in a wheelchair saw me desperately struggling on crutches with my broken leg and offered to carry my backpack and books for me. He helped me all the way across campus to my class and as he was leaving he said, ’I hope you feel better soon.’ ” This short story from...
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Devotion: Self-Control

Self-Control Surely self-control is the most difficult of the Fruits of the Spirit to make manifest in our lives. Showing love, experiencing joy, being kind – those are positive and enjoyable. But self-control is all about self-denial. No fun there! And yet, self-control is so...
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Devotion: Holy Curiosity

In 1974, a Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture named Erno Rubik came up with a workable 3-D puzzle calling it “The Rubik’s Cube” and seeing his path, patented his invention, and by 1980, the world was caught up in its magic. Children and adults of all ages were doing...
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Devotion: Faith

Faith Faith is such an important part of our spiritual lives. As Christians, we believe that we’re saved by faith through grace. But despite all its importance, the way we look at faith can be pretty abstract. What does it really mean to have faith in God? It’s not just believing...
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Devotion: Self Awareness

This past Advent we sang a song in worship by Matt Maher, called “Glory (Let There Be Peace)”. I loved the chorus enough that I decided to use it after the New Year with WAM (Sheridan’s 1-5 grade praise team) even though it is a Christmas song. One phrase, “Singing glory, glory;...
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