Tag Archives: Rick warren

From Stressed to Blessed

I wanted to write about this incredible sermon I heard at Saddleback two weeks ago. I think it is so helpful. Rick Warren’s message really resonated with me and I thought I would share it. There seems to be a … Continue reading

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Let’s revisit: post on santification

This is a post I have been referring back to in my time of sadness and heartache: How to get through: Sanctification | https://joshandkorey.com/2013/09/16/how-to-get-through-sanctification/

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How to get through: Sanctification

Sanctification: How God turns bad to good Joy versus happiness: we all want to be happy, but do we strive to be joyful? Happiness is external. An ice cream cone can make you happy. Joy, on the other hand, is … Continue reading

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How to get through: Surrender

Surrender: How to experience peace When bad things happen, you have three choices. You can let it: Destroy you Define you Develop you Steps of Surrender 1. Accept what cannot be changed. Yes, it’s part of the Serenity Prayer for … Continue reading

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How to get through: Sorrow

Sorrow: when your heart is breaking The second part of the “Get Through” series was so powerful to me. The topic was sorrow. As Americans, we downplay sorrow. We are the self-made man, pulling himself up by his bootstraps; that … Continue reading

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How to get through what you’re going through, a series at Saddleback Church

I have really wanted to recap some of the amazing things I’ve learned in the series about getting through at Saddleback Church. I’m sure everyone in the free world knows that Pastor Rick Warren’s son committed suicide in April. He … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

This is a loose paraphrase from the service yesterday, but Rick Warren said something that I want to remember: When our children cry, the first thing we say is “don’t cry!” As though crying is the worst thing that could … Continue reading

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