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Don’t Be a “Go-Backer”

The lure of finding gold in Colorado seemed worth the gamble in 1859, as many men struggled to make ends meet in a down economy. Pulling up stakes and spending six months’ income to purchase a team of oxen, risking disease and possible attacks, was outweighed by the strong pull ...

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Grace, Grace, Grace

Hey, have I got a song for you! It’s called “Grace Got You” by MercyMe and it’s a song that will really lift you up and put you in a good mood. But first, I want to tell you a little bit about what I see as the sentiment behind ...

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Can We Blame It on the Weather?

Midwestern newspapers described the summer of 1873 as a season when “tropical weariness drooped over all.”  Heaviness hung like the sweat dripping   from trousers, woolen skirts, and long-sleeved shirts, as people performed their daily tasks. That stifling heat would be blamed for everything under the blazing sun— rampant spread of ...

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The Bible Has Been Labeled “Unsuitable”

What many Christians believe to be the inspired Word of God is now sixth on a list of 10 books considered to be “…most challenged and called to be banned in libraries,” in the words of Christian Post reporter, Stoyan Zaimov, because of its content and appropriateness. It has been ...

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Let us Enter God’s Supernatural Rest

Hebrews warns us to be sure we don’t fail to enter God’s rest. First, let’s clarify that if we don’t enter God’s rest we won’t lose our salvation. Secondly entering God’s rest doesn’t mean we sit back become lazy spiritually or physically. We don’t expect God to spoon feed us ...

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