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The Power of Prayer

Powerful. That’s what I had always heard people claim prayer to be. As I was growing up, I always knew how important it was to pray. I knew that praying made me feel better if something was wrong, and I was certain that praying was pleasing to God. But I ...

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Our Hope: Grace Beyond The Terror

“For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry Abba, Father.”  Romans 8:15 (KJV) Abba Father.  We have heard this name used in songs, and in sermons.  It is one of those names that we think ...

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Standing Strong in the Face of Persecution

Did you know Billy Graham recently issued a warning for believers in America?  It is more of a reminder of what God’s word has already stated: prepare for persecution. Many of us in this blessed United States have no idea what it really means to be persecuted. We don’t understand ...

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Guilt Versus Grace–Who Wins?

Guilt! It’s heavy. It’s paralyzing. And it can become all-consuming, threatening the one who suffers from it with feelings of isolation, unworthiness, and despair. And then there’s grace. Amazing grace. God’s unmerited favor that washes away those taunting feelings and makes it easier to breathe again, to live again. Guilt ...

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How to Remain in Peace Under Adverse Circumstances

I believe one of the main tactics of the enemy is bombarding us with circumstances that steal our peace. Peace is a by-product of a relationship with Jesus, but there are times when the enemy strikes hard to get us to remain burdened, entangled, and frustrated. How can we remain ...

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