‘The Beginning’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #13
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‘The Beginning’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #13

Compared to eternity, our life here on Earth is fleeting. For our God who created time and who is outside of time, the years, months, days and hours we spend here pale in comparison to the endless years we will spend in Heaven in praise and worship of Him. We’ve written before, and I think...

‘Filled With You’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #10
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‘Filled With You’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #10

We learn from those that have gone before us – the ones who have demonstrated faith and hope, despite their circumstances and own failings. David’s life has long been acknowledged as that of a true worshiper: honest, raw, passionate and undignified. You read his conversations with God, his songs, his heart throughout the Psalms and...

‘Your Beloved’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #8
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‘Your Beloved’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #8

Above all things, we are children of God. He knows every detail, and before we were even formed He had a plan, dream, vision and purpose for each of our lives. Your Beloved is written as a declaration over our lives, that foremost we are His beloved. It’s easy to forget, amongst all the distractions...

‘The Potter and the Clay’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #5
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‘The Potter and the Clay’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #5

God formed us in our mother’s womb, knitted us together, but during that time we weren’t aware of how painful stretching and moulding could be. Now, fully formed, it hurts to be bent and moulded, to be clay in the Lord’s hands – but it is essential in our Christian walk to be in full...

‘When the Sun Rises’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #3
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‘When the Sun Rises’ – From the Ground Up Devotion #3

Life brings with it many joys, disappointments, triumphs and trials. Rob and I have been reminded of this significantly over the past few years, from having witnessed our cherished loved ones passing away, to experiencing challenging health issues, to being blessed beyond comprehension with work opportunities and watching our siblings get married and become first...