Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Vessels are Called “Broken” for a Reason

Today was all about the past…well, not about the past so much as remembering why the past is important…and remembering why it’s the past and not the future. This morning, while I was riding the subway to church, I was … Continue reading

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Set You Free

It’s weird how you can spend so much time with God, find His love so refreshing, stand in absolute awe of His presence and power, and still mess up, still sin. But I suppose messing up reminds us that we … Continue reading

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A Lord of the Rings Kind of Day

Hey, did you know that if you get enough sleep during the night, you’re more awake during the day? Who knew! Even though I didn’t have class until two in the afternoon, I still woke up early and refreshed. Bree … Continue reading

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Jars of Clay

Helplessness is one of those feelings that leave you sort of suspended in your emotions. Having to depend on the actions of others to determine the outcome of your circumstance is an extremely daunting position to be in, and I … Continue reading

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Beauty from the Broken

There are times in life when I feel so frustrated with myself and with my situation and I constantly pray to God to tell me what to do…even though I know exactly what I need to do. I sometimes keep … Continue reading

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A Worm in the Perfect Apple

Do you ever have those days where the majority of the day was awesome, but then you realize you did something totally idiotic and the whole day is suddenly a lesson in humility? I haven’t had one in a while…but … Continue reading

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Something New

Running through the night, my hair flowing in the wind, the golden light of street lamps defining the sidewalk corners. I’m running through my home town during the summer time…wait, no I’m not. I’m running through Brooklyn in March. I … Continue reading

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