20 Ways I Loved My Mother-in-law by Lynn Autry

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20 Ways I Loved My Mother-in-Law     1. She’s my mother-in-law. She was a mother first and then a mother-in-law. She was the mother of the man I love. She was the mother who has loved,  sacrificed and lost for the man I married. She is to be loved and not despised. “. . . do not despise your mother when […]


Getting Brownie Points with God by Lynn Autry


  Getting Brownie Points with God   Naomi had a lot to happen in her life when she found herself walking into Bethlehem with Ruth. She was bitter and she had a right to be. Right? She had moved to a place that she grew up hating. Anybody wouldn’t like that. She had followed her […]


The Deserted Feeling

  The Deserted Feeling by Lynn Autry   Do you feel deserted sometimes? Paul did. Paul says in 2 Timothy 1:15, “You know that everyone in the province of Asia has deserted me, including Phygelus and Hermogenes.” Paul felt deserted. Paul was suffering for the cause of Christ. He had worked hard and now he […]

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Biblical Lessons from Ruth for Daughters-in-law Part 3

36. God renewed Naomi through the kinsman redeemer. “The women said to Naomi: “Praise be to the LORD, who this day has not left you without a kinsman-redeemer. May he become famous throughout Israel!” These women were praising God. They knew some of what Naomi had gone through. They could not wait to give God […]

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Stuck in the Middle by Lynn Autry

        Stuck in the Middle Who likes being in the middle? Middle children complain about being in the middle. We definitely do not want to be in the middle of arguments or fights. We tend to like the beginnings and endings. We tend to want to rush through the middle of a […]

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Yes, No or Maybe

    Yes, No, Maybe. I heard a direct sales person say that in sales, we have people that says yes, no and maybe. He said the “maybes” expend so much energy from us. We work so hard at trying to turn the maybes into yes. I think we become exhausted trying to turn our […]

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