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Never Deal With Difficult People Again

Let’s talk about difficult people. Know any? Everyone does and if you don’t, let me tell you, you’re the only person in the world. I say that with all due respect. Just this morning, I was mulling over the difficult people in my life, struggling with the ever niggling “what ...

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Which Disciple Are You?

I was on a Christian forum the other day when the question arose, “Who is your favorite disciple?” To be honest, I’d never really thought about it. I can’t say that I’ve ever had a favorite disciple, but the question caused me to start thinking about it. Very soon, though, ...

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Evidence of God’s Faithfulness in Hanukkah

What does Hanukkah (also spelled Chanukah) have to do with Christianity?  Well, on the surface, nothing. Now I know what you are thinking: “Why is this article so long if we have already established that these two have nothing to do with each other?”  Hold on, do not give up ...

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That’s Why it’s Called Faith, Part One

Jesus had to have taken part in the creation of the world because if He came later, He could not be equal with God, but instead part of the creation. I believe this, in part, is one of the sticking points for those who reject the concept of the Trinity ...

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Everything But The Matches

An evening of marshmallow s’more making was in store. The logs had been placed in perfect form with the kindling resting in the center and the medium sized sticks following suit. The family had all taken preventative measures for any potential mosquito attacks. Not a cloud of thunder was to ...

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