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July, 2020

  • 28 July

    Stay With Me Lord in the Midst of a Storm

    Storms can often appear in the midst of a Storm. You’re feeling a certain way, and it seems like one problem leads to another. On top of your storm you are dealing with other issues going on in this world. In your storm you are crying out “Why Me Lord?” ...

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  • 27 July

    Need A Builder?

    My grandfather built two houses and both still stand today. The gift of fine woodworking had been passed down to him by his German grandfather. Never hurried in his creation, he had the vision of the completed work always before him. The first house he built was a small two-story ...

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  • 21 July

    Who is Holding Your Hand?

    Isaiah 41:13 FOR I THE LORD GOD WILL HOLD THY RIGHT, SAYING UNTO THEE, FEAR NOT; I WILL HELP THEE. In order for your children to feel safe when you go out you ask them to hold your hand. This is for safety reasons. In our every day struggles we ...

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  • 6 July

    Peace in Knowing the Author

    Little Golden Books made their debut in 1942, their colorful pages full of characters who learned important lessons worth passing on to children everywhere. In the middle of the story books, the animals, or children, cars or tugboats withing the pages would find themselves going through twists and turns, making ...

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  • 1 July

    When God Answers Our Prayers, We Shall Fear Him

    Exodus 14:15-16: Then the Lord said to Moses, “Why are you crying out to me? Tell the Israelites to move on. Raise your staff and stretch out your hand over the sea to divide the water so that the Israelites can go through the sea on dry ground…” Exodus 14:31 ...

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June, 2020

  • 29 June

    What God Won’t Erase

    Getting new school supplies is a ritual most children look forward to as the lazy days of summer wind down and the August calendar brings a new year of study and schedules. Pencils finely sharpened, new boxes of brilliant-colored crayons, bottles of school glue, and those large pink Pearl Erasers ...

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  • 22 June

    The Sweetest Fragrance

    Our senses are a gift from God. Through sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound we experience life. Through our sense of smell, we remember. Rich tulips remind me of springtime when I was a little girl, the days warming in invitation to come out and play. The heavy scent of ...

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  • 15 June

    Trust the Potter

    Remember opening a new can of Play-Doh?  The first thing most of us remember about the childhood delight is its smell. It was a can of colorful fun, a rite of passage for our little hands–and noses!   The soft, unusually-scented, brightly colored doughs were fun to form into shapes using ...

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  • 12 June

    Identifying the Adversary in a Nation Gone Bonkers

    What has happened to America? No, What has happened to the “United” States of America? Aren’t we supposed to be united? Isn’t that how we progress? Isn’t it supposed to be “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” or does this not apply anymore? I have so many questions about the ...

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  • 9 June

    A Racist’s Testimony to God’s Transforming Power

    Proverbs 16: 6 Through love and faithfulness sin is atoned for;  through the fear of the LORD a man avoids evil.   I say in anger: You will not truly feel the pain of the despised until you feel your own pain of being despised. But Abba Father God gently ...

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