I.K.Hadinger

  • “Though in its beginnings

    prayer is so simple that the feeblest child can pray, it is at the same time the highest and holiest work to which man can rise." Andrew Murray

  • “We are all asked to do

    more than we can do. Every hero and heroine of the Bible does more than he would have thought it possible to do." Madeleine L'Engle

  • Could we with ink

    the ocean fill and were the sky of parchment made, were every stalk on earth a quill and every man a scribe by trade, to write the love of God above would drain the ocean dry. - Frederick Lehman

Recent Posts:

Guest Post on From His Presence Blog

Guest Post on From His Presence Blog

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I’m guest blogging today over at “From His Presence” blog on how God delights in impossibilities. Hop on over there to see how God delighted in an impossible situation when we lived and worked among the Old Colony Germans in northern Mexico. If you are waiting on a breakthrough, I pray the testimony will encourage […]

Once Upon a Decade, part two

Once Upon a Decade, part two

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(continued from previous post:) The scene is surreal and I’m doing my best to keep my composure. The moment I hear that my daughter was taken by a stranger is when full blown panic seems a most appropriate response. Indeed it surges momentarily within me, then a calm assurance envelopes me, with a confidence that she is […]

Doubting Jesus?

Doubting Jesus?

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  Sometimes life gets so hurtful and complicated, it is possible to doubt Jesus, who He is, and the things He’s promised, especially when you’ve done so much or sacrificed so much for Him. Just ask John the Baptist. Here was a man who Jesus himself said was greater than Moses, King David, Abraham, or any […]

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