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May, 2019

  • 5 May

    The “Altar Call” and “Decisional Evangelism” (part 1)

    Is This The “Great Apostasy” The “Altar Call” has been a main stay of the modern day Evangelical evangelistic strategy for as long as anyone can remember. In fact, there are few if any alive today that remembers using any other strategy to lead someone to salvation but by “Accepting ...

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April, 2019

  • 20 April

    The Tiger Roared Like Never Before

    The Tiger Roared Like Never Before On a historic day unlike any other normal Augusta day, After the world’s experts had all long ago agreed, Saying there was no longer any possible way, The Tiger would never again prowl at the Masters! After not hearing his growl, Nor any roar ...

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  • 15 April

    Trusting When You Are Fearful

    My mother’s soothing voice was often all I needed as a little girl to calm my childish fears. I have a memory from the age of four when an older neighbor girl told me the story of the “Bogeyman” for the first time, how he came into houses in the ...

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  • 10 April

    Being Delivered from Depression and Lies

    Everything is possible with God. I prayed with my prayer partner this morning with Mom’s in Prayer format (Praise, Confession, Thankfulness, Intercession) and we both were lifted up by God’s grace. The attribute for today is God is truth. During praying time, I listened to what she prayed that God ...

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  • 8 April

    Never-ending Faithfulness

    Every family has a story-teller, the one who shares family history, the one who always remembers a time in their family’s past, or recalls a tried and true saying that still seems to fit well in many scenarios. Now imagine sitting around the family table and telling stories of family ...

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  • 1 April

    A Rooster, A Tree, and A Pipe

    My dad seldom lit his pipe, it was used more as an aid. What kind of an aid comes in the form of a pipe? Just months before I was born, Dad had been diagnosed with a degenerative muscle disease affecting his neck.  He tried treatments, which helped some. He ...

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March, 2019

  • 25 March

    Have You Made Your Connection?

    They had been the idea of Dwight D. Eisenhower long before he was sworn in as President—two-lane highways that would run from one side of America to the other.  As a young lieutenant colonel, he had traveled the rough roads of our country from Washington D.C. to San Francisco, California, ...

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  • 21 March

    Jesus reverses the destiny of Adam and Eve’s descendants.

    What is reality? There are two realities in this earthly life: one is the life we all experience daily on the earth; the other one is in the outer space without gravity which only astronauts can go on the adventure. We cannot deny the existence of the outer space even ...

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  • 19 March

    Living a Life For God Daily

    We are all on a journey to somewhere. There are many ways to go and many paths we can chose. Some of us discover along the way that we have been on a journey toward living for God. Maybe you have already made this discovery or  still exploring. God has ...

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  • 18 March

    Keep It Clean!

    My grandmother could clean circles around me, even in her later years! Her floors always sparkled, she washed every glass and piece of silverware by hand, and I can still see her using her ringer-washer on laundry day when my sister and I would visit. Having a clean and orderly ...

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