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God’s Grace Is Always On Time

If you are like me, when I hear stories of heroic deeds or think about various scary situations, I try to decide how I should respond and how I might actually respond. Would I be the one to stand boldly to confess my love for Jesus at gun point? Could ...

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When You Don’t See God at Work

Have you ever wondered what God was doing in your life? You know that He is loving and that He has your best interest at heart, yet the circumstances of your life don’t seem to prove that. You pray for peace, but instead you get problems. What is God doing? ...

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The Effect of Black Raspberries on Cancer Cells

In last week’s article on berries, we looked at some of their health-promoting constituents. With the use of black raspberries, there have been some encouraging reports of cancer-preventive qualities. Studies have also shown a reduction in tumor volume and the regulation of genes associated with cancer. Harvested during July, Oregon ...

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Is It Wrong to Question God?

Some of us who were raised in church have been taught that it is wrong to question God. Supposedly, questioning God displays a lack of trust on our part and is equivalent with blaming God or accusing Him of being wrong. But the Bible doesn’t agree with that line of ...

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Anything That Grows: Lessons from a Lawnmower

I was sitting here in my kitchen, working, when I noticed the grinding whirr of a lawnmower outside. A very familiar sound of summer—it’s grass cutting time. I live in a condo, so I am not the one who has to take on that responsibility (thankfully), but whoever holds that ...

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