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Jesus, I Believe. Help My Unbelief

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (5)

Jesus, I believe. Help my unbelief.

 

This statement, I feel, is the story of my life. I accepted Christ at a young age because I believed that he is who he says he is. The perfect son of God, and the sacrificial lamb for all who will believe and accept him. I did not wait to spend time with him, or to begin getting to know what he expected out of me. At eight, I had just as many things that needed to be corrected as any adult because sin, like faith, is also a seed. But gone...

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Live In Him

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 9:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Live in Him

 

The other day, my father and I were having a beautiful telephone conversation about a statement that I made. My statement was, It is unfortunate when people do things just to be seen by men. It, in my opinion, is a sad indictment when a christian thinks that there is more reward to come from living your life to be praised by men or people, rather than living to please God. My father assured me that it was the combination of a few things, 1. they desperately w...

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Don't Walk Through Every Open Door

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 8:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Don't Walk Through Every Open Door

 

I was up late last night, just thinking. I was replaying so many conversations that I have had with people who can't seem to understand why some situations are set up to fail. It is those situations where we see the open door, but we miss the abandoned house or building that is attached to it.

So here is a quick analogy and question. If you were walking down a street and saw the most beautiful door, and it is open, does that auto...

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The Maintenance of Faith

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 8:45 PM Comments comments (0)

The Maintenance of Faith

 

So often, I tell my children that today they need to take a shower. Without fail, someone will always let me know that, in fact, they took a shower yesterday! Now what became evident to me is that we begin our bittersweet relationship with the maintenance of things in early childhood.

 

Now, if I were to tell my children, "but I fed you yesterday or better yet, last week!" Would they begin to understand that some things just requi...

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I Am Salt, I Am Light

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

I am salt and I am light

 

In today's society salt seems sparse and light just a little bit dim. I just had to ask the question, Why?

 

As Christ followers, isn't our first responsibility to follow Christ? And in order to properly do that, shouldn't we study those spiritual places that he lived in? Sometimes, we get so caught up in wanting to show others where their paths are wrong, but the first thing Christ dealt with was making certain that his path was st...

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The Race

Posted by Latasha Morgan on May 7, 2013 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

The Race

 

A few days ago, my children woke up excited! It was field day, and they had been training to win at their chosen sports or activities. And it is all about fun and competition, but life is a bit different. The race and the competition, while alive and well, are still centered on who you have to beat and what has to take place in order to be victorious, but it is not about fun. The race in life deals with the competition that happens between our spirit and our flesh...

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