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What to Do If You Are Battle Weary?

The term “battle weary” originated from soldiers who have been on the battlefield too long and are tired of being there. “Battle fatigue” or “combat fatigue” in a solider is characterized by depression, anxiety, and loss of motivation, caused by the stress of active warfare. As Christians we too can ...

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Most of What We Worry About Never Happens

I read somewhere years ago that 85% of what we worry about never happens! And what does happen you will be able to handle better than expected. When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he ...

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Keep Hope Alive!

Have you lost your hope? A lack of hope leads to depression. An antidote for depression is hope, but not hope in just anything, the hope found in Jesus Christ. Hope is an essential and fundamental element in the Christian life. Jesus is the reason for our hope, not placing ...

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Complete Transformation: I Am Loved

I was just a child when she died. Fourteen going on forty. So young, and yet I became so old. My smile was buried in her grave, My laughter turned to stone-cold silence. My happiness, well, I forgot what that was. I didn’t need anything or anybody — Didn’t need? ...

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Is It Wrong to Question God?

Some of us who were raised in church have been taught that it is wrong to question God. Supposedly, questioning God displays a lack of trust on our part and is equivalent with blaming God or accusing Him of being wrong. But the Bible doesn’t agree with that line of ...

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