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When Hope Dies

“Lazarus, come forth!” (John 11:43 KJV) How lovely, despite Jesus’ countless rejections, that He found consolation within a handful of friends. One such family lived near Jerusalem named Martha, Mary, and their brother Lazarus. No wonder they welcomed Jesus’ visits. His composure brought peace into their home. A lengthy account ...

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Sitting At the Feet of Christ

I have only scattered memories of my grandfather, James. He died just months before my fourth birthday.  My favorite memory is when I would sit at his feet as he took an old pocket watch from the pocket of his trousers, holding it to my ear.  He would quiet my ...

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The “Why?” that God Answered

When tragedy strikes, illness rises strong and bold, and dreams go unfound, we often ask “why?” Or more precisely, “why, God?” Sometimes our question reverberates off the walls of our broken hearts and is left unanswered. That’s when faith kicks in. Trust. Because we have no other choice. So we ...

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You Are Immortal, So Is Your Destiny, Part I

God is life. There is no way around it. When you get to know God—through the gentleness, love and compassion of Jesus, His Son—you revel in this truth. Why? Because with God there is no shifting shadow. (James 1:17) He is not a human that He should lie. (Numbers 23:19) ...

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Our Hope: Jesus Is The Miracle

“So Jesus answered and said to him, ‘What do you want Me to do for you?’ The blind man said, ‘Rabboni, that I may receive my sight.’  Then Jesus said to Him, ‘Go your way; your faith has made you well.’  And immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus ...

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