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Not WWJD But WWJHMD (1 John 2:6)

Not WWJD But WWJHMD (1 John 2:6) By David L. Goetsch Some years back a simple but profound question became popular. The question was “What would Jesus do?” This four-word question proved so popular it appeared in shortened form as “WWJD” on bracelets, tee shirts, ball caps, and bumper stickers.…

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Hopelessness

Hopelessness By David L. Goetsch Hopelessness is an emotional state in which you feel trapped in a bad situation, helpless to do anything about it, and have no expectation of things ever getting better. You might feel trapped in a bad marriage, chained to a job you hate, overwhelmed by…

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Grounded In Reason … The Four Factors Of Faith

Grounded In Reason...The Four Factors Of Faith A Bible Study by Jack Kelley "If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it will obey you." - Luke 17:6 Abraham had waited 20 years…

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An Attitude of Gratitude Is Its Own Reward

An Attitude of Gratitude Is Its Own Reward By Joseph Parker "In everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you" - (1 Thessalonians 5:17). Why is it so important to give thanks to God in the good times and the bad; in the…

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Fighting Pornography: What You Can Do (Colossians 3:5)

Fighting Pornography: What You Can Do (Colossians 3:5) By David L. Goetsch One of the biggest shocks of my life happened when I opened the morning newspaper one day and saw a photograph of a friend and professional associate who had been arrested on charges of child pornography. I had…

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Where Is Jesus In All This?

Where Is Jesus In All This? By Grant Phillips My wife and I enjoy watching a movie in the evening, especially those that glorify Jesus Christ, but I have begun noticing a trend that is disturbing. For example, we watched a great movie the other night, and noticed that the…

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Thankful to Whom?

Thankful to Whom? By Calvin Lindstrom The thought struck me again recently that our nation really does not understand the religious implications of Thanksgiving, which may explain why saying “Merry Christmas” can be controversial but saying “Happy Thanksgiving” is not. Whom are we thanking? Eric Metaxas shared a few quotes…

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Responding To Negative Comments About Your Faith (1 Peter 3:15)

Responding To Negative Comments About Your Faith (1 Peter 3:15) By David L. Goetsch Have you ever had someone who — upon learning of your faith — made negative comments about Christianity? It might have happened at work, in school, at a social function, or in some other setting. Over…

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