Confession is For Our Freedom

“Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.’’ James 5:16 (Nkjv)

That’s easier said than done, and I feel like every time I get close to being good at confessing sins to a fellow believer there is something else that pops up.

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Overcoming the Panic & Isolation

Addicts who have found freedom understand 2 Peter 1:3. There is evil, and the devil wants to separate you from others, and from God. Any of you who have been in the iron grip of addiction, know exactly what I mean.

One of the biggest problems in our battle, was this feeling that we were alone.  We had no idea how to connect with people. And any time we tried, we ended up getting ourselves hurt, or hurting others – or both.

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Suffering & Trials

There are not that many great things about suffering and trials. By definition, they actually suck. They are events that rattle us, shake our beliefs, question who we are, and often leave us asking why…

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To be honest, I am not the best at trusting God through troubling times. So often I find myself trying to take care of a situation that I see in shambles, but that isn’t what I’m truly led to do.

I am a tree climber, I cut and trim trees for a living. This means when winter comes around jobs become scarce or impossible to do because of the weather. During this time I can often find myself worrying…

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My Ride on the Bus

When I was in fourth grade I remember wondering if God was more accessible to me than just communicating to Him weekly at Church through prayers and hymns. I imagined Him to be vast and hiding beyond the atmosphere and galaxy, distant and unreachable.

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