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Welcome!

You are welcome here.

It’s possible that you’ve stumbled upon this little blog, and are wondering about all this “divine encounter” talk.

The premise of my writing — no, really of my entire life — is that God, the Creator of the Universe, wants to be in a relationship with people, His creation. That’s why He made us in the first place. And it’s the only way we will be truly fulfilled in life. Because it’s what we were made for.

You can find more information about how to begin your relationship with God here.

My goal for this blog

If you’re like most of my readers, you have a strong belief in the God of the Bible, and you are aware that this belief should impact your life in significant ways.

I know how you feel! My primary goal as I add words to the blogosphere in this space is to point people toward intimacy with God in a relationship that affects how we think and what we say and what we do. One that impacts life at home, life at work, life in community, and life in the world.

If this resonates with you as it does with thousands of others who visit A Divine Encounter each month, you’re in the right place!

You might find these links helpful as you get to know me and my blog a little better.

More about the blog

More about me

What I believe

Here are some posts my readers love:

Prayers of Surrender

How to be Happily Married in a World of Unhappy Marriages

What Would Jesus Say to a Homosexual?

Top 101 Christian Facebook Pages

Prayers for Hard Relationships

How to Keep God First in Your Home

Prayers for Your Job

Christians and Homosexuality: A Fresh Approach

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Stay in touch!

It’s my sincere prayer that you find great blessing and encouragement here. If you’d like to contact me directly about a question, prayer request, or suggestion, you may do so by emailing me at jenniferclarkewriter@gmail.com.

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I truly thank you for stopping by, and I would love the privilege of interacting with you here. So look around and let me know what you think! You’ll find a space for comments at the bottom of every post and page.

For His name and His renown,

Jennifer

12 Comments

  1. Carrie Groneman

    Hello Jennifer, I can’t find an email address, can you please email me at carrie@amothersshadow.com. I LOVE your blog and would love to chat with you. Thank you for your time. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      I sent you an email, Carrie! I look forward to being in touch with you. 🙂

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  2. Janelle Wheeler

    Hi Jennifer, we’re connected on pinterest, I finally made it over! I am excited! Haha! God bless you today very specially in Jesus name ❤

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      Hi, Janelle, and welcome! I truly thank you for stopping by and for taking the time to say hello! Interacting with other Christ-followers is one of my very favorite parts of this blogging thing I do. 🙂

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  3. Imeh Davies

    Hi Jennifer,
    Thank you so much for the great job you are doing! The Word of God is the most powerful tool any christian needs and I find your posts inspiring and encouraging!
    God bless you!

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      Hello, Imeh, and welcome! Thank you for taking the time to leave this kind note of encouragement. I pray that the blog is a blessing to you, and that I would always be faithful in my writing to point you toward our Savior.

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  4. Rosie Ganzel

    Love your blog. So thankful I found you

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      Thank you so much, Rosie! I’m thrilled that the Lord allowed our paths to cross. I’d love to keep in touch with you via email; if you’d like that, too, you can sign up here.

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  5. Danielle G

    I’m really enjoying your blog so far and I just found it today! Definitely going to bookmark and subscribe. Thank you for what you are doing. All glory to God.

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      Hi, Danielle, and welcome! I’m so glad you found some encouragement here today. I praise the Lord for allowing our paths to cross, and I pray that He would lead you to abide in His love, and that your fruitfulness would abound.

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  6. Joseph Moore

    Are we really entitled to anything at all?what about the faithfulness of our spouse?

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    • Jennifer Clarke

      Hi, Joseph! It sounds like perhaps you’ve been reading this post about entitlement; you’ve asked a great question on this topic. Some would say that yes, of course we’re entitled to the faithfulness of a spouse, and I absolutely understand that perspective. But at the very heart of the issue, I’m not sure even that is true.

      “Entitled” refers to being inherently deserving of a right or privilege. What makes a person – for purposes of illustration, let’s call him Bill – inherently deserving of the right to have a faithful spouse? Bill might say that his faithfulness toward his wife makes him inherently deserving of her faithfulness. But can Bill (or any of us) actually say he’s been completely faithful to his spouse at all times? Jesus states in Matthew 5:28 that a lustful look is adultery of the heart. Compared with the physical act of adultery, we might say adultery of the heart is not a big deal. But compared with the completely pure holiness of God, adultery of the heart is nothing short of wickedness, which means Bill falls far short of true faithfulness, as do all of us.

      These are some initial thoughts on the matter. I hope they clarify my position. Please feel free to respond if you have further questions, or if you disagree, as I’m eager to be corrected if I’m wrong. Thanks for your thoughtful question!

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