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Just Let It Go: Have a Heart That Forgives

Have you ever had someone tell you, when you’re in the midst of complaining about the person who wronged you, “Just let it go.” “But you don’t know what he did to me!” you say. Or maybe it’s, “You don’t understand how humiliated I was when she said that in front of ...

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Moving The Heart To Make Societal Changes

What is it that drives some people over the edge? What is it that will motivate them to be defiant, to do the unreasonable? To do, what is to them, the unthinkable? Is it exclusively rebellion and sin that can cause an otherwise reasonable, law-abiding citizen to carry out outrageous ...

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Who Says God Doesn’t Care?

Have you or someone you know ever criticized God for being callous and uncaring?  Individuals who don’t know Him, as well as those who do, make the claims–questioning His ability and desire to rule and reign in love.  God gets tagged the “damn-er” instead of the “bless-er”. Many times, a ...

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The Difficult Path To Reconciliation

It seems I hear it daily–someone is at odds with a loved one.  Strife between a husband and wife leads to a strained silence.  Misunderstandings between parents and children of all ages, create hurt feelings and walls of separation.   Siblings no longer want to speak to one another because of ...

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The New Song We Sing-Meredith Andrews

Meredith Andrews released the song “The New Song We Sing” on the album “Invitation” on April 29, 2008. She created the song from the scripture in 2 Corinthians 5:17-19: “Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.  Now all these things are from God, who ...

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