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The Epiphany Through Suffering

A precious lesson is inspired by a persecuted Christian brother in China: Physically beaten up in persecution for the name of Jesus Christ, Is as real and painful as emotional/mentally worn out in depression, I cry out “why am I still alive?” Even though I seem to have pitiful right ...

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What Does God Have in Store?

Canning before the long winter was once a part of life for most homemakers in America. My grandmother was one of those homemakers, living with my grandfather and her two little boys on a farm in northwest Indiana.  There, she had a large garden in the side yard, along with ...

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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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World Peace, Or The Peace That Only Jesus Gives

I have an opportunity to speak in a chapel service at a local Christian high school. The principal told me that the theme for this school year is the fruit of the Spirit, and at the time which I would be speaking they are focusing on peace. So, I decided ...

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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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