Category Archive: Perseverance

Bumping The Trajectory

I love to hike to the top of Tablerock. It is 3.6 miles to the top with a vertical climb of 2,000 feet. Not so easy. Along the way, there are several rock plateaus that afford beautiful views, and one could stop there and still enjoy the… partial… climb. But you won’t see the view …

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Narrowing Gates, Expanding Life: How We Enter into Greener Pastures

Jesus cautions us first to find the narrow gate that leads to life because he knows the current of this culture will sweep us right by it. After passing through that first, narrow gate to salvation, Jesus continues to invite us to look for even more gates as we progress in our spiritual journeys. These …

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Confident Expectation

During WWII, Hitler’s henchmen employed various techniques to interrogate and ultimately break POWs. If they failed, their last ploy was to arrange for the soldier to escape. After the soldier was away from the POW camp and starting to believe he could actually make it to freedom, the SS would capture him again. This broke …

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