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Unleashing Grace

By:  Bobi Ann Allen But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace to me was not without effect. No, I worked harder than all of them—yet not I, but the grace of God that was with me.--1 Cor. 15:10 Have you ever been robbed? When I was a girl, my family’s car was broken into while we were on vacation one summer.  Talk about a downer.  The thieves didn’t take much but all of us were shaken by the fact that someone had entered into our space uninvited and pilfered through.  We went back to the hotel, packed our things and went home.  Our trip was tainted and we just wanted to be back in our own house where we felt safe. As believers, we constantly deal with a thief, he is the accuser and the Enemy of our soul. Scripture references him and says “The thief comes to steal, kill and...

Where We Don’t Trust Him

When I was in high school, I worked afternoons and weekends at the public library. I shelved books, made sure the books were in order on the shelves according to good ole Dewey Decimal and helped patrons find books. It was a really great job for me because I am addicted to books. I enjoy putting things in order and I like helping others find great books to read. There was one problem in this wonderful job that tainted the entire time I worked there. One of the adult ladies that worked at the library felt it was her job to help us learn to do our job well. She took it upon herself to “double-check” ALL of our work. If we missed something, we heard about it. If we had assigned...

Heavenly Armies

“O LORD God of Heaven’s Armies! Where is there anyone as mighty as you, O LORD? You are entirely faithful.” Psalm 89:8 Lately I’ve been fascinated by all of the biblical references to the “God of Heaven’s Armies.” In the Old Testament, the God of Heaven’s Armies is both just, and merciful. He has a jealous love for His people, and is in complete control of their destinies. When He speaks, He speaks with power and truth. He is faithful to His promises...always. During my freshman year of college, my family was in the process of adjusting to a new city, state, and church. My father pastored the church I grew up in fourteen years before moving. I wasn’t the typical pastor’s kid who was used to the idea of frequent relocation. My sisters were in 7th and 11th grade at the time and were adjusting, rather grudgingly, to a new school. We had moved closer...