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Beautifully Flawed – The Healing Power of God’s Love

I found myself in an odd position. My heart ached from deeply hurting wounds, yet I had the burning desire to express love to those in need. How could I be in need of healing, and still have this care for those who are in need? I soon discovered that the leaking wounds were the […]

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Does the Lord Allow Trials? (A follow up to Paul’s Thorn in the Flesh)

The article on Paul’s thorn in the flesh has generated some questions. To those who emailed me, I apologize that I can’t reply individually. I’ll try to answer the main points of objection in this post. Some of the emails I’ve received said that God did heal Paul of his thorn in the flesh. As […]

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Defending the Faith, or Sowing Discord?

About two weeks ago, a friend sent me a broadcast by Michael L. Brown. In this broadcast, he and Sid Roth promoted his newly released book called Hyper-Grace: Exposing the Dangers of the Modern Grace Message. During the broadcast, I listen to them belittle those who believe everything the Bible teaches about grace. Of course […]

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Gray Matter – By Dr. David Levy

I read a lot of books, but few actually leave me feeling inspired and glad I invested my time. This is one of those books. I wasn’t sure what I was getting into, but the deeper into the book I went, the better it became. Cons: This book has a lot of testimonials. If you […]

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What if a publisher demands to ‘sexy up’ my manuscript?

An editor of a major publishing house liked my writer friend’s story and said he would contract it if she would make the story more ‘sexy’. I communicate with many writers, and often I’ll see someone post that he / she is sexying up his novel to meet the publisher’s standard. It’s a common demand to add sex scenes […]

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