God

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Waiting on God Through the Questions

To wait is to wrestle against the need for an immediate response and it might just be that in the waiting, we learn more than we would in an answer.
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God Can Handle Our Honesty

I didn’t want to cry but I’m one of those people who cries when she’s angry, and this day, I was angry. I was angry at God.
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Does God Love Me?

We think of love, for example in marriage, as some kind of business deal, where one person commits to loving another as long as they receive love in return. But that’s not what God means by love at all.
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The God Who Bends Down

The Bible was written in a polytheistic culture: a culture which believed that there were many gods. But there is one thing that distinguishes the Christian God from all other gods.
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Signs in the Sky

Me: “God, is this a sign? Should I get a lotto ticket?”. Also Me: “Don’t be ridiculous. It’s literally a sign. It’s not a sign from God.”
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When Belief and Actions Collide

The words that stopped me cold weren’t shouted or even spoken angrily. They were gentle, coming through the speakers of my laptop. One sentence, spoken sweetly, that gave me chills.