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Psalm 23:6b
Psalm 23:6b

The temple system of the Old Testament fascinates me. It was believed that God resided in the temple. It was holy and revered. Only the high priest was allowed to enter its inner room, and only after a thorough cleansing ritual. But, then came Jesus. But the angel...

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Psalm 23:6a
Psalm 23:6a

I've always loved tulips. They're one of my favorite flowers. Fresh tulips in a vase always bring me joy. My husband, Chad, and I were recently near our kitchen window, and he asked me if I had noticed the surprise he had for me. I admitted I didn't know what he was...

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Psalm 23:5d
Psalm 23:5d

I treasure my first thirty minutes of the day. I'm the only one awake in the house, the coffee pre programmed to be hot and ready when I wake. I fill a favorite mug, one that fits just right in my hand, and I curl up on "my" spot on the couch. A good devotional and a...

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Psalm 23:5c
Psalm 23:5c

The practice of anointing is not as common in our culture as it was in David's time. It was often used as a rite of inauguration. A bit of oil would be smoothed onto someone's head as a blessing or charge was said over him. Being anointed marked someone with a...

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Psalm 23:5b
Psalm 23:5b

My brother and I fought like cats and dogs when we were growing up. Steven and I have pretty different personalities that used to clash quite often. I admit that I would gain such satisfaction when he got into trouble, especially following a highly grievous offense...

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Psalm 24:5a
Psalm 24:5a

My mom had the gift of hospitality. She loved to host our entire family, especially during holidays. I remember her setting the table a couple of days in advance of a large gathering. Mom would carefully set out the fine china, place the flatware just so, and case the...

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Hello

I’m Amy

It is my hope and prayer that the messages and words Jesus shares through me will empower others to see His hand in their lives- even when, or especially when, they feel forgotten, cast aside, or broken beyond repair. It would be my highest honor if you would like to join me along this journey.