Kim Vogel Sawyer
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The Spirit calls

The Spirit calls

There’s a whole lot of defensiveness in the world today. A whole lot of finger-pointing instead of taking responsibility. A whole lot of “don’t judge me” flung around. Guess what? Even though it might be aimed at you, it isn’t you creating this issue. The Spirit came to convict. When…

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Glorious gift

Glorious gift

As devastated as the disciples were when Jesus went to that cross, think how devastating it would be for us if He hadn’t. Until Jesus came, there was only the Law, which no one could fulfill. But Jesus fulfilled the Law for us. Now we can be free from sin…

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Walk in joy

Walk in joy

Despite all of Jesus’s assurances, His followers suffered deep grief at the thought of losing Him. Who can blame them? When we lose someone we love, we all grieve. Sorrow is an honest emotional response to loss. I don’t see these words so much as a reprimand as a reminder…

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Secure in faith

Secure in faith

In the days leading up to Jesus’s crucifixion, He gave His disciples many words of instruction and encouragement. He was readying them for the day when they would go forward without Him by their side. He knew there would be chaos, confusion, and feelings of abandonment. He knew they would…

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Always with us

Always with us

The Counselor—God’s own Spirit!—descends on the soul that chooses Jesus as Lord. His Spirit is truth—He will not tempt us into sin. His Spirit is peace—He will not stir us to anxiety. His spirit is wise—He will not lead us astray. And as our Counselor, He will prompt us. He…

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Accepting Jesus

Accepting Jesus

When I was a kid, I would never have imagined all the travel I’ve gotten to do as a result of writing books. It’s given me the opportunity to have conversations with people on airplanes, and a couple of those conversations continue to haunt me. A gentleman with whom I…

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A higher standard

A higher standard

“…no excuse for their sin.” Once we know better, we’re held to a higher standard. This maxim applies in the home, at school, in the workplace, and most certainly with moral conduct. We can tell when a child reaches the age of accountability. They don’t openly get into the cookie…

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Prayer

Prayer

When I was a sixth grader, I was bullied the entire school year. It wasn’t a fun year (major understatement), and I came home upset more days than not. Most of the mistreatment was instigated by one student (the kind of girl no one wanted to “buck,” so they all…

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