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As “Build this House” was being conceived, the concept of poetically comparing ourselves to houses became the focal point. The chorus firmly declares: “Come build this house and make it home.” Through writing these lyrics, I couldn’t help but realize that there is a very distinct difference between a house and a home. A house is built with four walls, a roof, and a foundation. It is fully capable of standing on its own, but that was never meant to be its sole purpose. It was designed to provide shelter, to become a sanctuary of refuge, and to be a place where we can find rest and regroup from the chaos of life. A house becomes a home when someone claims it as their own, puts their unique touch on it, and creates an atmosphere that goes beyond an outsider’s comprehension—an atmosphere full of love, joy, peace, safety.
F E A R. It can ruin your life…but it doesn’t have to. Our good friend, Machelle Joseph shares a life-changing revelation that God gave to her that helped her to silence the booming voice of fear in her life and re-shaped the way she saw her identity. Listen as she shares and releases a prophetic prayer of deliverance over you.
We may not think that we are hiding. We might even reason that we are taking the higher road in order to avoid the chaos and the drama. But do you ever find yourself afraid to share your ideas, opinions, beliefs or political views? Do you find yourself keeping quiet in order to protect yourself from retaliation or rejection? Are you superficially conforming to the opinions of others in the workplace to protect your job security or to be accepted within your social networks? Are you fearful of being stereotyped because of the color of your skin, your ethnic background, or your generational label? Do you expect to be shut down, held back, or forced to be choose sides when your desire is to unite?
Winter snowstorm or flowers and sunshine I was gently reminded how many times true refreshment begins from the inside out. Thanks to God’s grace working in my life, internal changes occurred and created a new lens through which to perceive that wintery situation. Instead of seeing the coldness, I was able to see beauty. Instead of feeling discomfort, I was able to feel warmth and peace.
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Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry$19.95
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Double Honor Uprooting Shame In Your Life (Book)$14.00
Roads to Reformation: Proven Models & Methods (Book)$13.99
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