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9/17/21: Happy Constitution Day, y’all! -L


9/13/21: C.S. Lewis once said, “To love at all is to be vulnerable.” Jesus calls all believers to love others in such a radical way so that we can lead others to Him, and I truly believe that if Christians were more vulnerable about their struggles and how Jesus can be trusted at all times, we could greatly impact the people around us. Jesus is the greatest example of what it looks like to be real and genuine with people, and how it should eventually drive them to want an intimate relationship with Christ. He was vulnerable with the crowds. He was vulnerable with His 12 disciples, but He was extremely vulnerable with Peter, James, and John. 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 says, “But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore, I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong.” I have to constantly remind myself that weakness is not an element of God’s character, but it is an element of mine, and He can use it to display His strength if I am simply willing to be used. -L


9/7/21: My concern is that most Christians have recently lost sight of the Biblical command to warn the lost, and are instead listening to the world’s megaphone message being screamed in their ears to just “be kind”, “love everything”, and “do what the government says”. Don’t lose sight of what really matters in this time! -L


7/13/21: Praying for those we know who are lost sometimes appears to be a chore because we are reminded over and over again to be the intercessor on their behalf. It is easy to lose sight that someone’s eternity is at stake and could possibly depend upon our very prayers. I love that Paul told the Thessalonians that he prayed for them “constantly”. He did not forget to pray for them like we often do, but instead he remembered them because he loved them dearly. That’s definitely a challenge for me to take hold of this week. I need to love the lost enough to be in constant prayer, not forgetting their condition for one moment. 1 Peter 3:9 is a powerful verse that reveals to us God’s heart on the matter of lost souls. It says, “The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.” I do not want to be a Christian who gives up and asks the question “what if” later on. I want to be a Christian who never gives up on people. Because there is always a chance that God will resurrect the dry bones, and I don’t want to miss it when it happens. -L


5/4/21: If we are not living how God wants us to live and pursuing the truth in our everyday lives, then our nation will never be “fixed”. Want to know why? Because you are the Nation. Just like you are the Church. It’s true. We will fall and our nation will fall without God at the center of lives. We’ll fix our nation when you and I make God our only priority. Which in turn will affect those around us. Don’t just be an American. Be a God-fearing American. -L


4/16/21: In a Bible Study that I led a few months ago, I shared five practical ways Christians can overcome the lies of the enemy and the world, and I thought I would share them here as well! This list has helped me focus more attentively on what my duty is as a follower of Jesus, and I hope it encourages you to show up and be who God wants you to be today. -L

1. Arm yourself with the Word of God (Memorize it!)

2. Gain wisdom from those more obedient than you (Ask someone to disciple you and then listen)

3. Walk in the truth daily (Test all things and see if they are of God)

4. Pray for discernment (Desire to be more aware and conscious of evil)

5. Be a doer and not just a hearer (Act on what God tells you)


3/29/21: For those questioning how much authority the government really has over a person’s life, remember: If government does anything that contradicts our Constitution or what God says in His Word, it is our right and duty as American citizens to throw off such government as our Declaration of Independence so clearly tells us.  -L


3/19/21: God has provided each of us with the opportunity to live as free as we’d like. The problem is that many of us choose to live at the mercy of this sinful world. He gives us free will, but we allow the trends and obsessions of the world to consume our time almost as soon as we begin each new day. From our jobs, to school, to sports, or technology, we are making our own decisions when it comes to what we are putting effort into. A.W. Tozer once said, “Man’s will is free because God is sovereign. A God less than sovereign could not bestow moral freedom upon His creatures. He would be afraid to do so.” In Galatians 5:13 we are told that we were “called to be free”, but that we should not use that freedom to indulge the flesh. Instead, we are to serve one another humbly in love. God has given us free will because He wants us to choose to love and serve Him. His intention has never been to make us robots who are forced to do whatever He wants. We must learn, however, that our hearts are only satisfied when we choose to live for His glory and prioritize His Kingdom instead of trying to build our own here on earth.  -L


2/22/21: Jeremiah 23:29 has been working on my heart. It says, “But if I say, “I will not mention him or speak any more in his name, his word is in my heart like a fire, a fire shut up in my bones. I am weary of holding it in; indeed, I cannot.” God’s Word refines me every time I spend but a minute within its pages. He shows me who He wants me to be, what He wants me to do, and the state of my present condition. The Bible is the only thing I have ever been sure of. It changes the attitude of my heart. It makes me want to surrender to something so much greater than myself. I love how Jeremiah explains that he is weary from the neglect of sharing the fire and the passion of the Gospel with others. It should burden those in love with Christ to be hesitant of the proclamation of His great love. I pray that He would give me the strength to mend the fire that He has put within my heart for the sake of His glory; for I am in need of strength even for this small task. -L


2/5/21: Our Creator has always displayed a love for what is good, and what is good, is in fact spiritual. However, we see that from the very first bite of the forbidden fruit, Adam and Eve opened a door of evil and allowed it into the world. Since then, the world has become hostile to God and to the good that He created (1 Cor. 1:21). Though we live in a sinful world, and the cosmos is but a fraction of what it was made to be because of that sin, humans are still aware that there is something meaningful about the cosmos we inhabit. C.S. Lewis once said, “If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found out that it has no meaning: just as, if there were no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes, we should never know it was dark” (Lewis, 2015). If our judgement was that the world is strictly material, we would very well be contradicting ourselves. We would, therefore, be basing it off of something spiritual that we have yet to understand. -L


1/27/21: Here’s a late night quote for y’all that is packed with truth… “To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.” (President Theodore Roosevelt)


1/24/21: To all you young, single guys out there… If you want to marry a godly girl who is serious about Jesus and the truth, don’t you dare walk around with a mask on. I am so disappointed in the young men who bow down to tyranny when they are supposed to be bold leaders. To make it really simple: The girls who are living out this “Jesus thing” are not interested in marrying a weak man. You are not descended from fearful men.

A Girl Who’s Living This “Jesus Thing” Out.


1/18/21: “The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive.” (Thomas Jefferson) Protecting your freedom from those treading upon it should never, ever be called “violence”. It is called “defending” your God-given rights. The Left has tried to trick us into thinking that Patriotism is violent, when it couldn’t be farther from it. As 1 Corinthians 13 states, “Love always protects.” Don’t let them fool you into thinking that Patriots are the bad guys. Real Americans love their Country, and are willing to defend their freedom. -L


1/17/21: God is with you mighty warrior. Do not let the sight of the enemy make you lose sight of how big your Savior is. He will supply you with strength. At the very core of the Gospel there is victory awaiting for those who long for it. God may not choose to bring us out of this fire of adversity, but rest assured, He’s in it with us. “Courage, dear heart.” -C.S. Lewis


1/15/21: How has God been renewing your mind lately? I have noticed God renewing my mind by making me more conscious of the Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:19-22). Whatever I think about, is what is in my heart. This is an overwhelming truth that should make us long to be holy. Philippians 4:8 says, “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” Scriptures like these challenge me to examine the thoughts I have daily, and to make sure that not a single one dishonors God. We have the power through the Spirit to make our thoughts a sanctuary where God can dwell, and what a shame it would be if we chose not to. -L


1/14/21: Hey y’all. Has this week been crazy or what? The evil is so overwhelming right now, and I know many of us are weary and discouraged, but I want to encourage you to take heart in this very moment. As I was doing my devotions a couple days ago, I read a Matthew Henry quote that I have been clinging to. It says, “It is a common temptation, when trouble lasts long, to think that it will last always. Those who have long been without joy, begin to be without hope. We should never allow ourselves to make any complaints but what drive us to our knees.” Fall to your knees today, Christian. There you will find hope. -L

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