Monthly Archives: September 2010

No more smooth knees!

by Marilou Schnaderbeck In my post An Example of Submission I stated that I needed to spend more time on my knees in submission to God.  When I wrote those words, it reminded me of a line in “The Fellowship of … Continue reading

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An Example of Submission

I was in Chicago a couple weekends ago and took the opportunity to attend Moody Church on Sunday.  I’ve been there before for other Sunday services, or concerts or Founder’s Week, and they have all been good experiences.  But this … Continue reading

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“God couldn’t possibly love ME…”

Posted by Marilou Schnaderbeck I have said that before.  I felt I had sinned too greatly that I was not worth His time, His notice, His care, His love.  I thought “maybe He loved me for a time, but that was … Continue reading

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Self-Inflicted Wound

By Marilou Schnaderbeck We were spending a lovely evening at a friend’s lake home (beautiful weather, no bugs, water gently lapping the shore) when we decided s’mores were in order!  We were short on roasting sticks, so being the problem … Continue reading

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In all your ways acknowledge HIM

By Marilou Schnaderbeck Oswald Chambers, in My Utmost for His Highest asks the following questions…”Do you have even the slightest reliance on anything or anyone other than God?  Is there a remnant of reliance left on any natural quality within you, … Continue reading

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