A Useful Broken Heart

Why do we need to be broken over our sin? God wants us to rend our hearts and not just tear our garments in some form of outward behavior modification while we retain what we want of our heart because we think it serves us better. He wants a broken and contrite heart. Because a broken heart beats inside a broken vessel, and only broken vessels are useful in the Potter’s hand: His light shining and living water pouring forth from the very cracks of our weakness in order to expose His strength. What is it going to take?

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A Sweet Spot for the Soul

Do you ever feel like your soul is in a state of unrest? Something in you or around you is stealing your peace and you are distracted in your heart and head? Past regret, present hurt, doubt and discouragement, and future concern can steal our present moments. Heartstrings tethered to the cares of the world can steal our joy. But a soul that’s present in the presence of the Lord and anchored in Christ is an anchored soul, and we can go to a sweet spot in Him anytime, anywhere. Our souls can be at rest even when everything around us is in chaos. Do you want to go there?

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When Freedom Is Used to Do the Right Thing, It’s Called Liberty

Our convictions drive our decisions, and it’s easy to judge someone else when they aren’t living the way we think they should, especially when it’s another believer. It’s so easy to make our goal right rules for behavior so we can hold each other hostage to our convictions, but what God desires is that we right our hearts in love for Him, love others and let our behavior naturally follow. It’s the law of liberty; it’s liberty living.

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When Making Our Own Way Gets Painful (but Believing Brings Blessing)

Mary didn’t kick against the goads when God told her the impossible, and she was blessed! We can learn so much from her about believing when God tells us the unbelievable. I learned this lesson recently after an extremely frustrating day taking things into my own hands and kicking against the goads. Curious yet what goads are?

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Give Me this Living Water!

The Samaritan woman still does not know whom this man is who sits before her talking about living water. She still thinks He is talking about water as a natural resource. But she is interested. She sees He is special. She wants this water He offers! And He is about to reveal exactly who He is!

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When Jesus Shakes It Up

As Jesus and our Samaritan sister continue to chat, she still only sees the physical: her physical need for water, what is required in the physical to draw it and the fact Jesus does not have it! What He is saying that He is not saying is the well she’s drawing from is a well tradition and heritage, even religion. But even as deep as it is, it is not the source of living water. He is shaking things up and challenging all she has ever known, and she does not understand.

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MEET SHAUNA

An inspirational writer, teacher, and speaker, Shauna Wallace burns with passion to see women experience the fullness of God's grace, faithfulness, peace, joy, protection, and provision by becoming wholly His. Continue reading…

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