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Denise Ferrell

Denise Ferrell
Denise is a Registered Nurse, married, and has lived in Alabama all of her life. She has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has studied Prophecy for over 25 years. She writes devotionals for Faithwriters (www.faithwriters.com). She also writes for TGGmag ('Tween Girls and God online magazine for girls age 9-12). She desires to share Christ with others through her writing and is looking forward to the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Valuable Gifts – Frankincense and Myrrh

For most of us, our earliest knowledge of frankincense and myrrh is from the gifts that the Magi presented to Jesus, the Christ Child. But they also have wonderful healing qualities. “And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell ...

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Healthy Holiday Foods – The Sweet Potato

Anti-oxidants and vitamins and fiber – oh my! The aroma of sweet and savory delicacies during the holidays is enticing. The sweet potato is no exception. It’s equally delicious in a quick bread, a casserole or a pie. It can hold its own as a side dish dressed with only ...

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Is Technology Ruling the Roost?

In our fast-paced, high-tech world, something always seems to be ringing, pinging or dinging. But does every call need to be answered? Does every text need to be read immediately? Does every email need an instant response? Being constantly pulled in every direction takes a toll on our health and ...

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When a Child Enters Heaven

Two days before his sixth birthday, a little boy crossed that thin veil and entered into the presence of God. It was unexpected. His brief years here held some developmental challenges which he met with courage. He played and learned, progressing nicely and making his family proud. He communicated with ...

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Don’t Be in a Hurry to Worry

I know of no one who has not experienced worrying. Telling ourselves or anyone else not to worry is about as productive as digging a hole with a toothpick. Worrying is a lot of hard work that accomplishes nothing. In our world today, there is no lack of available opportunities ...

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