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Good Grief? Is There Such a Thing?

Daddy’s been gone a little while now. It’s my 2nd Christmas without him. Two years without him calling on Christmas morning to hear the girls squeal with delight over Santa’s visit. Two years of looking at boiled custard knowing it will last that much longer now without him around. The ...

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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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Scared of Death? Take God’s View

Do you ever think about dying? Most of us have thought about our own death or the death of someone close to us. And for those of us who have experienced the loss of someone close, days following our loss can make us feel as if the sun should not ...

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Our Hope: Confessing Our Sin

“Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed.  The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.”  James 5:16 (NKJV) Confession of sin by the believer is an integral part of being saved, and also of living the Christian life from ...

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