WEFOUNDFor Real, I Paraded in My Underpants!: The Story of the Emperor’s New Clothes as Told by the Emperor (The Other Side of the Story)


“Stop worrying,” they told you.  Easier said than done, right? Well, not exactly.  Being prone to worry is more choice and habit than anything else.  It also speaks to our relationship with God.  When we are prone to worrying, we have taken the decision making and planning around a circumstance away from God.  In short, […]

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After a series of life events and hardships, Michele was counseled to “get into and stay in the Word of God.” When she did, her eyes were opened and she received a hunger and thirst for God’s Word that she had never experienced before.

“Stop worrying,” they told you.  Easier said than done, right? Well, not exactly.  Being prone to worry is more choice and habit than anything else.  It also speaks to our relationship with God.  When we are prone to worrying, we have taken the decision making and planning around a circumstance away from God.  In short, […]

Sign up to receive regular encouragement from Michele and get the 10 Secrets to Soaking up the Bible FREE. Experience the purpose that comes from life-giving faith today.

After a series of life events and hardships, Michele was counseled to “get into and stay in the Word of God.” When she did, her eyes were opened and she received a hunger and thirst for God’s Word that she had never experienced before.

The pitfall of Bene Gesserit training, she reminded herself, lay in the powers granted: such powers predisposed one to vanity and pride. But power deluded those who used it. One tended to believe power could overcome any barrier . . including one's own ignorance.

The flesh surrenders itself, he thought. Eternity takes back its own. Our bodies stirred these waters briefly, danced with a certain intoxication before the love of life and self, dealt with a few strange ideas, then submitted to the instruments of Time. What can we say of this? I occurred. I am not . . yet, I occurred.

I think what a joy it is to be alive, and I wonder if I'll ever leap inward to the root of this flesh and know myself as once I was. The root is there. Whether any act of mine can find it, that remains tangled in the future. But all things a man can do are mine. Any act of mine may do it.


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