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The Compassion of God Never Fails

Tracey Krause

Tags compassion, God, Lamentations, morning, new, Praise

The Compassion of God Never Fails

However bad things might be, it is by the mercy of God that they are not worse.  We can wait, quietly and with hope, for His compassion, renewed every morning.  Bad times can work for good in the healing hand of God.   Save


Let your Light Shine

Tracey Krause

Comments 1 Tags be the light, encouragement, light, Matthew, Praise, shine

Let your Light Shine

Jesus tells us to let our lights shine!  Today, Lord, let our words be true and beautiful, let our actions reflect grace and mercy. We are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it gives light to all that are in the house. Even if your flame is hidden, it is still there. It stands ready to shine. We may feel nervous about it or unsure about it - but it is there -...


Sing for Joy to God our Strength

Tracey Krause

Tags joy, Praise, psalms, sing, strength

Sing for Joy to God our Strength

From Psalm 81:1 The Lord is the strength for us, his people.  Today, let your joy resound in your heart and with some loud joyful songs.  Then get going, totally in the strength of God. When we assume that God is fundamentally angry, and simultaneously know that we are nothing special — not unique or extraordinary in our service — we cannot believe how on earth (or in heaven) the God of the universe would sing over us his song of delight  (Zephaniah3:17) Let that land for a moment. God’s song of joy over his justified children is not merely...


Follow me - Jesus's Words from Matthew 4:19

Tracey Krause

Tags disciples, discipling, ducks, follow, following, geese, goslings, Praise

Follow me - Jesus's Words from Matthew 4:19

Jesus invites us to follow him, and he will send us out to fish for people. His words are pretty direct, he used them early in his ministry to call his disciples.  He didn't mean next month or next year, he meant right away. Save