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Beauty in God’s Eyes

My great-grandmother was beautiful. Her given name was Margaret Mary, but she was known as  “Pretty Marie” from the time she was a girl. Her curly hair was raven-colored, piled high on her head, her eyes large and deep brown in color. She had very defined lips, curved in a ...

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The Divorce God Approves Of

In the early morning “twilight” zone of awakening here on this Independence Day, I felt the Holy Spirit gently downloading in me His heart on divorce. It was a alternative perspective that shook me. He often gets my attention in this way–and I know it’s Him because there’s an unexplainable ...

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Who is the Alpha Male?

In today’s society, much has been lost about what it truly means to be a man. It has become an extremely competitive world and many men have been confused as to how to respond to life’s demands. In response, men inappropriately have tried to become alpha males, but what does ...

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Misery Loves Company

Have you ever been around someone who has a tendency to be the downer at the party? How about the person who lashes out at you with their words even though you have done nothing to deserve what is being said? No matter what you try to say or do ...

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