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God Sees Our Wanderings

We are all the result of the wandering and the coming together of many people, immigrants who packed their worldly wares into trunks and their dreams into their hearts.  My great-great grandparents left Germany in 1870 with dreams of a new home in America, sailing aboard a ship called Leipzig ...

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Take Heart: God Knows Where the Pieces Go

Jigsaw puzzles had their beginnings in 18th century Europe as pieces of wooden maps made by mapmakers of the time. But by 1900, American adults were big fans of the puzzle as a relaxing pastime, although the cost of about $5 per puzzle was steep at a time when the ...

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The Lord is My Helper and Keeper

God is always willing and able to help us. He desires to help us, but the choice is yours. I can remember wrestling with the Word of God,  and it kept me up many nights without sleep. You see fear was my biggest issue as well as not wanting to ...

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Distracted Christians–A Weapon for the Enemy

According to the Christian Post, one Christian is killed every 6 minutes because of their faith. Take a moment to read that again. Does this disturb you? If it does then you are one step closer to knowing your purpose as a Christian. If knowing that others are being martyred ...

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Our Gift to the Unbeliever

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.” Charles Dickens Charles Dickens was born into an impoverished English family in 1812. One of eight children in the Dickens Family, his father was a naval clerk who fancied becoming a rich man. It was a dream ...

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