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Tomorrow, I Promise!

Robert: kindergarten boy, bright, youngest of five siblings, filled with a passion for books.  He beamed each time he thought of his most treasured possession, a set of Little Golden Books which he had received for his birthday.  They were his, alone, not  the usual hand-me-down. One day at supper, ...

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Was Job a Real Person?

The Book of Job, possibly the oldest book written within the Bible, is a profound and beautiful work with Godly advice that has reached into the hearts of millions of people for several thousand years. Many know the basics of the story, yet few have read it in its entirety.  ...

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Can You Claim A Happy Heart?

‘A happy heart makes the face cheerful.’ Proverbs 15:13 (NIV) Since I was a teenager, I have had people ask me why I am frowning. I was always surprised, because I was never aware I was wearing a frown. I now realize that when I am deep in thought, writing, or ...

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Perfect Patience in Prayer

We wait. In lines… In traffics… For news–good or bad… For the weather to change… To recover from illnesses… We wait, and wait, and wait some more. So, why do we insist that it be different when it comes to waiting on the response to our prayers? Waiting is inevitable, ...

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Encouragement Through the Journey

One of my favorite books in the Bible is God’s holy word through James. Filling up merely a sliver of the Bible in five chapters, it’s not the longest by far, nor is it the shortest. It is just right, as baby bear would say. James is my go to ...

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