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Illuminations of Faith

Illuminations of Faithby Michael DoyleFaith is not a blind leapBut the illuminations that we keepFinding, like a compass, our directionThrough Christ and His correctionListening to that small, still voiceIt’s where we find the healthy choiceIn apparent tone deaf moments of … Continue reading

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Discernment Revisited

Discernment Revisitedby Michael DoyleI guess that’s the dealLetting Jesus take the wheelLike the wisdom of Solomon’s sealIt is what keeps it realGoing deep into the ScriptureWe find the things of GodSurrendering in devotion to ScriptureWe recommit to the ways of … Continue reading

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In A Walk of Faith

In A Walk of Faithby Michael DoyleThe heartbeat behind the day to dayis to find our way to Jesus along the wayIt’s hard to lean into more enthusiasmThan to find anything but optimismIn a walk of faith, we are awestruckIn … Continue reading

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Bumping Into Jesus

Bumping Into Jesusby Michael DoyleDivine encounters along the wayIt doesn’t necessarily happen on SundayLittle moments that teach usPut on as these are to reach usBumps on the road have their distractionThe way through gives the best tractionEach moment is given … Continue reading

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First Principles: With Man This Is Impossible, But With God All Things Are Possible

“With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:26 (New International Version)

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Inconvenience Into Resemblance

Inconvenience Into Resemblanceby Michael DoyleCasting aside the inconvenienceLooking instead for the resemblanceIs he your bother or a brother?What happened to loving one another?Red letter moments meant to teach usEach word said in try to reach usPassages that speak to heartachesMeant … Continue reading

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Pick Up Stix

Pick Up Stixby Michael DoyleYou can pick up sticksYou can play a thousand licksBut you can’t save a soulWithout saving your ownYou can make up tricksThat mesmerize slickers and hicksBut when you walk the walk of JesusYou’re never aloneSaid the … Continue reading

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To Truly Win

To Truly Winby Michael DoyleWhat does it mean to truly winAnd in explaining this, where we do beginIt is the servant king who in humilityGives to each follower and person their dignityGoing back to the basics of the crossWe find … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: I Am the Light of the World. Whoever Follows Me Will Never Walk In Darkness, but Will Have the Light of Life

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” – Jesus, quoted in John 8:12

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Ever Free

Ever Freeby Michael DoyleJoining in as the heavens and earth singsHoping a white Christmas will bringThis world’s resounding joyAs every good boy and girl unwrap their toysIn wonder of love, we gather and rejoiceGathered together to make a little noiseAll … Continue reading

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