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A Victim of My Own Mind

“Help, I’ve been taken hostage!” “By what?” you may ask. By my negative thoughts, fears, anxieties and the like. By my mind, yes, my very own mind. Well, it’s time for me to be honest about this, to confront it and put it to rest. Here’s what I’m talking about. ...

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You Can Win In Your Storm

Second Corinthians 1:3-5 “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God. For just as we share abundantly in the suffering of Christ, so also our ...

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Let Go and Let God

The phrase “Let Go and Let God” is one we have all undoubtedly heard before, it’s a phrase used by both those of faith and those just reciting it as a helpful platitude. Though the expression is never found in Scripture, it does allude to a very important principle that ...

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Anxiety or Peace: You Make the Choice!

Nature is a God-given source of peace—when we focus on the right things. Consider the Golden State of California, with its dessert climate of unique flowering plants such as the bird of paradise—as colorful as a tropical bird and shaped like one as well. Dark mountains rise up around many ...

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The Dangers of Meditation

In my article last week titled “The Best Cure for Stress and Anxiety” I spoke briefly about the folly of the eastern and new age practice of meditation. Now I am fully aware that the eastern concept of mediation has become highly popularized in the western world, and many think the ...

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