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Forgiveness for Real: Freedom and the Hole in Your Tent

Forgiveness for Real: Freedom and the Hole in Your Tent There are many aspects to forgiveness. First, I propose, forgiveness starts with identity.  Stay with me, I promise, I will get to the person or persons who you can’t forgive. I am going to start by saying something very important. You are forgiven. And no, I am not forgiving you for an offense. I am telling you, you are forgiven. Listen to it again, if you said yes to Jesus, …

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Falling into the Arms of the Real Jesus

Falling into the Arms of the Real Jesus Hey there! I am Jami Amerine and today’s episode is brought to you by Jennifer Willerton: Independent Beauty Consultant.  Follow this link to see all the AMAZING beauty and skin care products Jennifer offers and message her to learn about a special offer she has JUST FOR MY LISTENERS! And, you won’t believe what a great deal it is! AND, CHECK OUT THE AWESOME GIVEAWAY BELOW!!! Today we are talking about Falling …

Stealing Jesus and Grace: When I Knew it Was Right 5
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Stealing Jesus and Grace: When I Knew it Was Right

For the record, stealing is wrong.  It can change your life… forever. My first book, Stolen Jesus: An Unconventional Search for the Real Savior is on the shelves of Barnes and Noble.  Kathie Lee Gifford tweeted her adoration for it.  It rages a battle with 1991 classic written by Benny Hinn for the first place spot on Amazon in Christian Inspiration and teeters in the teens for religious humor. My agent said I wasn’t to speak of Stolen Jesus until …

Jesus and the Sweet Tooth: Let that Crow Fly Friend 1
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Jesus and the Sweet Tooth: Let that Crow Fly Friend

I lost a dental implant.  When I say I lost it, I know where it is, and I cannot get it back.  No, really.  It actually isn’t even worthy of prose, but for the lunacy. It happened in the Walgreens parking lot.  I was reconciling my checkbook and making a grocery list.  Previously, while in Walgreens, I had let the kids, the vandals, my three and five-year-old sons, pick a treat, they picked gummy bears, while Sophie, my teen baby, …