Ask

Isaiah 44 verse 20 says, “He trusts something that cannot help him at all. Yet he cannot bring himself to ask.” This scripture made me flinch and want to look away. Primarily because it is so accurate. There have been many times, in my own life, that I clung to “something”

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He Knows How to Make an Introduction

At Reality, we’ve been learning about evangelism. Specifically the concept that everyone who loves Jesus would take the opportunity to talk about Him and share Him with someone if the opportunity presented itself. The question was asked, “Who would share about your faith if you were approached by someone and

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Greater Than Anyone Else

Jesus’ cousin John is testifying about Jesus! He says, ” He has come from above and is greater than anyone else. We are of the earth, and we speak of earthly things, but he has come from heaven and is greater than anyone else. He testifies about what he has

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A Vote

Psalm 38:7 And so, Lord, where do I put my hope? My only hope is in you. Today brings the opportunity to vote in our local primary. This election cycle is the most memorable in my voting lifetime. There are candidates that are politically charged and a broad range of issues

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“Leave Her Alone”

In John chapter 12, Jesus is having a meal in Bethany. Jesus was sitting at a table with Lazarus and others. Mary, Lazarus’ sister, took an expensive ointment and anointed Jesus’ feet. She used her own hair to wipe his feet. Her gesture was beautiful. A bit of the back story

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The Sound

Isaiah 33:3 says, “The enemy runs at the sound of your voice.” Some of us need to hear this today! We need to remind ourselves that the God we serve is greater than any enemy. He is greater than EVERY enemy! Sometimes we need to cry out and ask God

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Just Try One

Many of us become overwhelmed by life. God gives us keys to overcome that very real problem. Recently we celebrated our 1 Year Anniversary as a church. Happy Birthday Reality Church! In that year, I can say that there were many days that I felt overwhelmed by the list of

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Happy New Year…Now What?

The New Year can be a time of celebration. Often it also becomes a time when we reflect. The coming response can be mixed and usually includes celebration and sometimes a realization of the shortfalls and failures we recount from the year(s) prior. We remember failures in relationships, in the

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