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Ronda Knuth

©Ronda Knuth, 2013 Rhonda Knuth is a writer living in Colorado.

Articles by: Ronda Knuth

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The Greatest Gift You Can Give

‘Where is He who is born king of the Jews’ the Magi asked. ‘We’ve seen His star rising…

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Unexpected Grace

Unexpected grace diffuses, convicts, and comforts. It was pretty routine if you don’t count the incident with the…

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The Wonder of Validation

It’s been said that worship is a thirsty soul coming to God for refreshment. It’s been a good…

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Setting Boundaries – A Lesson from Lilly

Given a choice, I would prefer to be named Ronda Peace instead of Ronda Jean. By nature, I…

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The Mention of His Name

“At the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth,…

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I Was Not Prepared for Betrayal

It is more blessed to give than to receive. I find it easier too. Perhaps, in part, because…

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Lord I Want to be Real

Lord I want to be real. If being real means that I am alone, and in that solitude…

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Jump – A Journey Into Faith

Word on the street is that there’s a spectacular view from this vantage point – I wouldn’t know…

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A Song in the Night

“The Lord will command His loving kindness in the daytime and in the night His song shall be…

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Sometimes God Says No

2 Corinthians 12:9“But He said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for My power is made…

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Someone to Take Care of Me

Chuck and Julie Bergeron, young missionaries to the Navajo Indians in New Mexico, were on their way to…

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Picante Sauce Grace

God whispers to my heart at the strangest times, and in the strangest places. There are other more…

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Am I Enough?

I feel like a snow cone without ice, a bride without a groom, clouds without the rain. Though…

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This I Know to Be True

“There’s more to come: We continue to shout our praise even when we’re hemmed in with troubles, because…

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That’s How Much I Love You

“Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.” James 4:8 When a member of my…

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Stupid Blessed Tears

“Stupid, stupid tears,” I mutter ducking my head and swiping at my cheek. Letting the door slam solidly…

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Mom’s Final Mile

Lifting my voice heavenward, I whispered a plea that emitted from the depths of my ragged soul. My…

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Listen, My Daughter’s Crying

The world marches on oblivious to her sorrow. She covers her face in her hands and weeps. Her…

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Help! Help! Help!

Like fingernails on a chalkboard his cry unnerves me. It’s unrelenting, insistent, demanding. It requires a response but…

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Learning to Know Him

“There’s more to come: We continue to shout our praise even when we’re hemmed in with troubles, because…

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The Cost of Friendship

From the day I first met him, Hank had my heart. A tall, gracious man, he fairly filled…

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Holy Ground

“To touch the soul of another human being, is to walk on Holy Ground.” ~ Stephen Covey I…

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Change Me

“I want to report to you, friends, that my imprisonment here has had the opposite of its intended…

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Broken Pieces

You must be more careful, I scold myself through the tears, you almost missed that one. Pieces of…

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A Soft Blanket – Journey Through Sorrow

February 12. Heaven readies another cradle in its nursery today. Baby Mirra Charrisse, Miraculous Grace, has come home.…

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Start Saying Yes to Life

Ask me and I’ll tell you, it’s Luci’s fault. As a popular Christian speaker who has been there,…

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More, So Much More

“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.” Matthew…

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Encouragement

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up…” (1 Thessalonians 5:11 NIV) A pat on the back,…

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Setting Boundaries – A Lesson from Lilly

Given a choice, I would prefer to be named Ronda Peace instead of Ronda Jean. By nature, I…

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Like Water to the Thirsty

Like water to the thirsty is laughter to my soul. Without it, I would shrivel and die. Life…

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I Believe

They’re called sacred moments. Those unexpected pauses in time when the divine interrupts the human and you throw…

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The Mother of the Prodigal

A blustery north wind crooned a haunting melody as it blew relentlessly across the open field. Shivering, Ruth…

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The Gordian Knot of Suffering

“For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is His love for those who…

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Saying a Final Good Bye

I knock, not expecting an answer, then push open the door to her room. Quiet, so as not…

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I’m Not Going to Live Forever

It’s been said, I am not going to live forever, but while I am still here, I will…

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Georgia’s Song

Photographer and musician Charles Austin Miles composed the beloved hymn, In the Garden, in March of 1912. He…

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