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Arise and Shine–Expectantly!

On the Sunday before Jesus’ crucifixion, the crowds welcomed Him expectantly.  His popularity soared on that day–so much so that the people intended to make Him their king.  They were ready to force the issue, if necessary.   They cheered, applauded, and celebrated His entrance into Jerusalem by paving His way ...

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The Deception That Makes Evil Appear Good

Charles Spurgeon once said: “Of two evils, choose neither.” However what about when we don’t realize we are choosing something evil because it actually appears to be good? Many people don’t realize that there is much “good” in this world that is not from God or submitted to Him, and often ...

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Faith In the Midst of the Refiner’s Fire

Has your faith ever been through the fire? Has it ever been refined by the scorching heat? Have trials ever put you at the crossroads, Where faith and logic meet? Have you ever suffered from pain or affliction? Or suffered loss and tragedy of various kinds? Or maybe been wrought by such confusion ...

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Have You Received God’s Free Gift?

Recently, I was asked to prepare a short devotional message for those attending an upcoming luncheon at our church for a group of half-way house ladies.  It would be a mixed crowd of women.  Some would know Jesus well and others would not really care much about the whole topic ...

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