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Do You Wish God Would Just Be Specific?

I’ve heard people comment that the Bible is too general.  I’ve heard (and probably said it myself) that if God would just be specific, I would know what to do and I would do it.  Well, take heart!  God prompted the apostle Paul to be very specific with the new ...

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When You Don’t See God at Work

Have you ever wondered what God was doing in your life? You know that He is loving and that He has your best interest at heart, yet the circumstances of your life don’t seem to prove that. You pray for peace, but instead you get problems. What is God doing? ...

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12 Practical Ways to Encourage Others

Everyone goes through difficult times, and most people appreciate encouragement when they are going through hard times. Merriam-Webster’s definition of encouragement: to make someone more hopeful, determined and confident. To inspire with courage, spirit, or hope. You may never know how your words can lift someone out of despair or ...

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God Is On Your Side and Has Your Back!

Have you given much thought recently to Paul’s words of encouragement written in Romans eight?  The last half of the chapter finds Paul reminding believers that God hasn’t forgotten them, or us for that matter.  Paul implies that regardless of our circumstances God is still in control and will make ...

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The Bible: An Inconvenient Truth?

God’s Word is many things: truth, power, healing, hope, the way of salvation–it is alive. But is the Bible inconvenient? Consider Paul’s words to Timothy: Herald and preach the Word! Keep your sense of urgency [stand by, be at hand and ready], whether the opportunity seems to be favorable or ...

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