Live Bare-Faced

Sometimes we try to put on the right face. When we’re sad, we try to pretend that we’re happy. When we’re angry, we try to pretend that we’re walking in peace. When we don’t have enough money, we try to pretend that we have all that we need. Sometimes those masks begin to weigh a ton and it takes both hands to keep them in place. It also makes us question the sincerity of everyone else around us. If we are not being real, how do we know if anyone else is? Jesus calls us into an authentic relationship with Him. He also tells us to be honest with one another. We are supposed to be imitators of Christ and He never tried to pretend to be anything that he wasn’t. In fact, He never used His deity

Casting Far Out

Let me make something perfectly clear: I am not an outside chick. I don’t like bugs; I don’t like to be cold; I don’t like to be damp. I’m an inside, keep me comfortable, and nice and warm kind a girl. I don’t know much about fishing. My father’s mother lived in a small town called Adel, Georgia. The joke was that it was so close to hell you could see sparks. That’s because the next town was Sparks, Georgia. One of my friend’s father would take us fishing every now and then on a lake not too far from my grandmother’s house. My grandmother made us poles out of bamboo sticks and she attached bottle corks to the ends of the poles. We would know that we had caught something if the cork went belo

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