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To Be Content Through Christ

We are all pursuing contentment—to feel completely satisfied, completely at peace—no wants, no aching needs, no fears, no doubts, no broken dreams, no disappointments, no pain, no loose ends. We may even, at times, be driven by discontent. We might have a compulsion to change something, so we dye our ...

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Our Hope: Jesus Is The Miracle

“So Jesus answered and said to him, ‘What do you want Me to do for you?’ The blind man said, ‘Rabboni, that I may receive my sight.’  Then Jesus said to Him, ‘Go your way; your faith has made you well.’  And immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus ...

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Exchange Winter Weariness for Crystal Treasures

Winter is wearying.  The struggles it brings weigh down our days.  The bleak landscape and destructive power of winter can overwhelm even hardy souls.  The secular world names winter discouragement, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). With the light of faith, though, winter produces treasures.  The crystals of ice and snow proclaim ...

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But I’m Tired of Waiting!

Have you ever grown tired of waiting for God to reveal His plan for your life? Or perhaps you already know His plan, but you are waiting for Him to open all the right doors or provide all the necessities. Have you prayed for something within God’s will, yet grown ...

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Teach Us To Ponder

Pondering

What would happen if we thoroughly ruminated about something before reaching a conclusion? Reviewed, churned over, dwelt on the pros and cons of certain decisions. Or say, shopper’s remorse, resulting from impulsive behavior. Like having items we don’t want, can’t use, doesn’t fit, don’t need to sleep with, don’t need ...

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