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A core belief of Redeemed Girl is that revelation causes transformation. Today on the RGM blog, our friend Donna Stuart from Passion City Church shares her experience on reading through The Jesus Bible and how she’s been transformed in the process. Oh, and bonus, she’s one of our Institute teachers, so you will get a sneak peak...
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Mary of Nazareth could hardly bear to look at her son, yet she couldn’t take her eyes off Him. The face she’d scrubbed clean a thousand times was almost unrecognizable, so misshapen were His features. Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother,… John 19:25 We can almost feel Mary’s heart breaking and sense her thoughts,...
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I didn’t know a soul; I didn’t even know how to get there, I was just counting on the sweet Lord and google maps. I was hoping to get there early and meet the girls in my condo, but of course not even two hours into my drive I got a flat tire and spent...
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A couple of months ago, my husband and I decided to get away for a few days to the East Coast. We began in Boston and then drove up to a beautiful and quaint town in Maine. We discovered that Maine has 65 historical lighthouses spread out along its 5,000 miles of coastline. We decided...
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One of my dearest friends and favorite writers, Susannah Baker, is our guest on the Redeemed Girl blog today. Susannah continually points women to Jesus, and her insight into His Word will inspire you to live for His Glory. Today she shares on the beauty and the mystery that is the Advent season. I pray...
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“To trust God in the light is nothing but trust him in the dark – that is faith.” C H Spurgeon It had been almost thirty years since I let go of religious efforts to please God and accepted His saving grace. All my young life I went to Sunday school and church, learning stories...
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“To live with desire is to choose vulnerability over self-protection; to admit our desire and seek help beyond ourselves is even more vulnerable. It is an act of trust. In other words, those who know their desire and refuse to kill it, or refuse to act as though they don’t need help, they are the...
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“You may have traveled long and far, across states and time zones to make it to this moment. You may have only traveled a short distance. Maybe you have been looking forward to this week all year, or maybe a friend invited you, and you’re still not quite sure how you got here. But I...
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Continuing to grow in Jesus, especially after knowing Him years upon years, is a beautiful and beggarly feat. It’s a long-ward journey, often marked by highs and lows, by which we follow Jesus into the depths upon depths of an ongoing intimate relationship, conforming more into His likeness, and walking out a life of Spirit-driven...
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I remember first coming to Christ and not believing that grace was real. It sounded wonderful coming from the mouth of my pastor. The concept was stuff of great stories, but in real life, I wasn’t so comfortable receiving it. To one who had convinced herself that approval must be earned, it was awkward. I...
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