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Eye Exercises

The natural world offers amazing glimpses of the Creator.  When God spoke the world into being, a part of His very self was represented in everything.  Eyes exercised to see Him bring amazing blessings, even life itself!  God is always present, omnipresent; we need to learn to see Him.  When ...

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When a Child Enters Heaven

Two days before his sixth birthday, a little boy crossed that thin veil and entered into the presence of God. It was unexpected. His brief years here held some developmental challenges which he met with courage. He played and learned, progressing nicely and making his family proud. He communicated with ...

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Calamity To Calm

From the onset of our relationship, my wife and I did everything backwards. We were just a couple of kids far away from the Lord, you see. We had no idea what real love was, or what hard work and effort a standing relationship would take to maintain. False commitments ...

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“The Grace Card” Movie Review

Ephesians 2:8—For it is by grace you have been saved. This movie is rated PG-13 for some violence and thematic elements. It is a movie about police officers and it shows drug dealing and other anger and hate issues. It was released in the theaters in February of 2011 and ...

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Finding Peace in the Calamity

Finding Peace in the Calamity By Renee Saturday March 21st  around 11 PT, residents in Darrington, Washington and nearby were working through life’s normal routines when a mudslide (a square mile) took it all away.   So many lives have been jarred; others are still waiting for answers.  A Naval officer, ...

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