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God’s Glory In You: Excellence in the Mundane

I have to assume I’m not the only person to wonder what God wants from me. In fact, I’ve even heard my father say, “I wonder what I’m going to do when I grow up.” It’s a chronic plague among humans to always feel at the bottom of the ladder. ...

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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 Dreaded Dirty Thirty

Our teen years are a time of discoveries, and when we get to celebrate our “Sweet Sixteen.” The twenties are a time of fun and frolic; we get to celebrate turning “Twenty-one” and bask in the privileges that being legal has to offer. Then, we turn thirty… The excitement grows ...

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The Devil’s Absence

Friends, today I would like to discuss the correlation between two of my favorite books in the Holy Bible. They are Job and James. These two books were some of the earliest writings in their respective testament. Job in the Old Testament, and James in the New Testament. In fact, ...

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Where to Find Real Happiness

I don’t think there is anything more unappealing to me than ungratefulness.  There’s an image that has been floating around Facebook for some time–it’s a skeleton of a child, much too malnourished to live long, his mother giving him a drop, a single drop, of water.  None of us have it that bad. More gumption ...

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