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Worry, Fly Away!

Seven-year-old Amelia Earhart could make an adventure out of most any activity. One snowy day, she took her brand-new sled to the top of a hill and dove, belly first, onto it, flying down the incline at high speed. Along came a horse and wagon at just the moment she ...

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Parents: How to Get it Right

What’s your favorite thing to worry about? Don’t worry (pun intended), this isn’t going to be another lengthy article about the problems of worry, stress and anxiety. No, I simply ask because I’ve discovered that (for today) my pet worry is parenting. And I simply hope I’m not alone. I ...

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A Victim of My Own Mind

“Help, I’ve been taken hostage!” “By what?” you may ask. By my negative thoughts, fears, anxieties and the like. By my mind, yes, my very own mind. Well, it’s time for me to be honest about this, to confront it and put it to rest. Here’s what I’m talking about. ...

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“Take this cup from me”–When God Says No

The night before what would become known as Good Friday, Christ was so upset that he sweat blood (Luke 22:44).  He knew what the following day held for him, and that it would start in only a matter of hours when Judas betrayed him with a kiss. And in Christ’s ...

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Overcoming Vain Imaginations

Vain imaginations come through our minds and present all sorts of worst-case scenarios as well as fearful, worrisome and anxious pictures in our minds. The enemy wants to use your imagination to present to you, “What if?” and, “I should have … ” scenarios hoping you will agree with the ...

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