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Act Like You Believe in God’s Power

My decision to enter seminary this fall has become very real in the last couple of days.  I got the email this week that it’s time to register for classes.  What? I’m not ready!  But ready or not, the time has come.  I have registered for Introduction to Christian Scriptures, ...

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How Do You Measure Your Worth?

A farthing is worth one-quarter of one penny, but it could purchase two sparrows during Bible times. At that price, one could say that the sparrow wasn’t worth much! But God sees when a sparrow falls to the ground,  and the Bible says He must give His consent first. If ...

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Relentless Pursuit

Relentless…I never understood the impact and weight of this word until I was faced with the trial of my life. Four years ago, I became a single parent. My husband, at the time, moved out and filed for divorce. I was relentless (persistent) in the fight for my marriage. I ...

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It’s Okay to Ask God, “Why?”

Have you ever wondered if you can take your questions to God? Most of us have encountered circumstances or events that leave us asking, ”Why?” When fear, shock, confusion, or grief come upon us, it is natural to have questions. Still, some believe that it is never okay to question ...

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Good Friday–What’s Good About it?

It’s Good Friday, but it doesn’t seem like a lot of good happened on this day nearly 2000 years ago. Jesus died that day; a Man without sin. His only crime?–trying to teach His people how to follow God’s Law. He was shunned by His own people (John 19:15), and ...

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