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God Sees Our Wanderings

We are all the result of the wandering and the coming together of many people, immigrants who packed their worldly wares into trunks and their dreams into their hearts.  My great-great grandparents left Germany in 1870 with dreams of a new home in America, sailing aboard a ship called Leipzig ...

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Reaching And Resting Godward

“I cried to the Lord and He heard me” (Psalm 3:4 NKJV) In Psalm three, David’s passion sweeps the gamut from somber despair to quiet confidence. Here, David is outnumbered by murderous enemies and runs for his life. Terror gripped his soul as they spit forth insults, declaring that his ...

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I Just Want To Testify–As Simple As 1,2,3 (Part 1)

As the curtain opens, an individual  humbly approaches the podium.  This one begins to testify; reporting the astounding details of the mighty moves of God in their life. Often their story consists of insurmountable, seemingly impossible circumstances gripping them so tightly they assume they will never break free.  The audience ...

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Divorce and the Misquoted Scripture

“God hates divorce.” Most of us have heard this quote from the Scriptures many times. But Malachi 2:16 has more to say than just those three words. “For I hate divorce!” says the Lord, the God of Israel. “To divorce your wife is to overwhelm her with cruelty,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. ...

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Longing to Know God, or Legalism?

The longing to know God more sometimes causes us to scrutinize His Word in a way that blocks us from His presence.  That which we intend for good becomes a wall keeping us from the Father.  It is easy to see it in the nation of Israel; they added hundreds ...

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