[Re]Discovering Meaning in the Mundane

I write this post because I believe that there are many people out there who, like me, have received a vision or dream from the Lord that is so beautiful/glorious/magnificent/worthwhile/etc., and yet find themselves caught in a phase of inescapable mundanity. I’ve been wrestling with this discrepancy of vision & reality for quite some time now. This morning, I’m reminded of the all-too-well-known story of Joseph.

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John Yoon Comments
An Invitation to Contentment

As Americans, we are surrounded by discontentment. We don't have to go very far to look for someone striving to get more or better of something. We can blame advertising all we want but the appeal of advertising only exists because the desire to have was first there. We think that if the stars align just the right way, if we find the right living situation, we will finally be happy. We will be content. But we never quite get there.

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John YoonComment
What the devil Fears Most

Beloved, the devil fears you. He fears what would happen when you realize who you are. He fears who you could become. Because once you realize who God is, who you are, who He has made you to be, you start to walk out your identity as a child of God. An entire generation of sons and daughters who worship God will tear down the strongholds of the enemy. It’s only a matter of time before his reign comes to a complete end. Forever. Before Jesus comes back, the enemy will try to stick it out as long as he can and bring down as many people with him.

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Deborah KimComment

There was a point in my life where I had fallen so deep into disappointment in myself that I felt there was no hope left for me. No words or vision of the destiny that was rightfully mine could resuscitate my dead heart because I was convinced I just did not have what it took to get there. I had walked with Jesus, experienced the Father’s love, and the partnership of the Holy Spirit in ways I had not known were possible and yet I found myself back in my old ways – as if none of it actually happened.

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Lydia YoonComment