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Three Steps To Persevere Through Dark Days

While researching for the current middle-grade mystery I’m writing, I came across an interesting character by the name of Pisquetomen. Pisquetomen was a leader of the Lenape Indians during the 18th century and fought to protect his people from banishment and enslavement by the British. While his tenacity and determination ...

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The Prayer God Won’t Answer!

Most of us can honestly say that at some point in our Christian walk, we have asked God to remove a trial or suffering from our life.  We have done all we know to do to be obedient to God and follow His Word, yet troubles come–like raindrops hitting an ...

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The Unexpected Storm

How could we have known what was coming?  That hot July day in 1978 held  blue skies, dotted only with wisps of cloud. Everything was quiet–a peaceful summer’s day.  We played in the neighborhood from early morning. Just after lunch, a neighbor spotted the funnel cloud in those otherwise blue ...

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A Pivotal Choice

Throughout the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, God gives people choices.  These choices include: disobedience or obedience, death or life, sin or righteousness, pride or humility, stinginess or generosity, unbelief or faith, cursing or blessing, and grumbling or thankfulness to name only a few.  Life teems with choices.  Most times, ...

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There Are Never Limits on God’s Work

Everyone has plans and dreams for their lives and their future. My plan for my future (starting from each day in my last years in highschool) has always been this: -Graduate High School. -Take a year to save for college. -Go to Bible College for four years (and take their ...

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