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Do You Wish God Would Just Be Specific?

I’ve heard people comment that the Bible is too general.  I’ve heard (and probably said it myself) that if God would just be specific, I would know what to do and I would do it.  Well, take heart!  God prompted the apostle Paul to be very specific with the new ...

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FEAR:  False Evidence Appearing Real

The big “C” word strikes fear in most every heart.  Cancer.  Imagine you are a new mom with a beautiful three-month old who holds your heart … and you hear, “You have Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma.” The wall of fear rises up to block all else.  “What if … ” becomes ...

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Our Hope: Looking for Strength

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”  Philippians 4:13 (NKJV) When we think of hope, we can easily see why and how it is connected to strength.  Just as little children, when we are in peril, we hope that someone with strength, such as a father or ...

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9 Reasons to Change Your Attitude

Did you know that attitudes are important to God? Attitudes are usually formed through our interactions with others and our reactions to our circumstances. An attitude is a pattern of thinking formed over a long period of time. God holds each one of us responsible for our attitudes, not what ...

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How Should Christians Respond to Sinners?

“Go tell that long tongue liar, go tell that midnight rider, tell the rambler, the gambler and the back biter, tell them that God’s going to cut you down.” –Johnny Cash How should Christians talk to sinners, be they drug addicts, homosexuals, thieves, rapists, compulsive gamblers, alcoholics, sex addicts or ...

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