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Fear: A Treasure?

False Evidence Appearing Real Often, this is what fear is:  something vague, somewhere in the distance, something deceptive that seems so real to our emotions.   We fear the very thought of so many dreadful things that could happen, though most will never materialize. The thought “what if” often brings with ...

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Your Past: Should You Keep it Hidden?

Doctors haven’t always been the best example of cleanliness. For many centuries, they did not even believe in the existence of germs—how did one believe in what they could not see? The doctor’s surgical apron was covered with puss, blood, and every kind of gore, multiplying as he made his ...

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The Problem With “I Did It My Way”

I’ve been haunted recently by a fresh perspective of the Gospel. Don’t worry, that’s a perfectly fair use of the word which dictionary.com defines as: “preoccupied, as with an emotion, memory, or idea; obsessed.” So, I’m perfectly happy to have this Gospel ghost invading my thoughts, permeating the atmosphere of ...

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Why Carry the Load?

Yes, why carry the loads of life when Jesus invites us to bring them to Him? Jesus said in Matthew 11:28-30:  “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and ...

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