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How to Receive God’s Blessings

How to Receive God’s Blessings By Jonathan Lewis As Christians, we often ask for God’s blessings on our food, our day, our endeavors, and the like. It’s easy to add a request for blessings to our prayers simply because it’s what we do. We say it by rote without really…

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Make Me Like Al

Make Me Like Al By Dr. Mike Murphy There are days in each of our lives that we will never forget. There are times I can look back on and see the events as vividly and clearly as if they were happening today. Special moments, the birth of a child,…

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Does Your Work Matter to God?

Does Your Work Matter to God? By Dr. Jerry Newcombe Since many of us spend so much time and energy in our work, it’s good to reflect on vocations (and avocations, that is, voluntary work) since we recently celebrated Labor Day. This pandemic has caused many to not be able…

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If You Are Faithful to Confess

If You Are Faithful to Confess By Jack Kelley “This is what you are to offer on the altar regularly each day: two lambs a year old. Offer one in the morning and the other at twilight. (Exodus 29:38-39) “If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and…

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Treacherous Words

Treacherous Words By Hannah Harrison I like to talk. I like to talk about what’s happening in the world, my job, the news, or my wonderful boyfriend. When it comes down to it, I just really like to talk about anything. It’s almost as though I have a superpower of…

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In North Korea, the Choice to Be a Christian Can Be Fatal

In North Korea, the Choice to Be a Christian Can Be Fatal By Arielle Del Turco , Lela Gilbert When Ji Hyeona was growing up in North Korea, the word “faith” meant being loyal to the Kim family dictators. Religious freedom doesn’t exist in North Korea and adhering to any…

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Are Black Men / Women in a Trance?

Are Black Men / Women in a Trance? By Robert Campbell Hello folks, I try not to write just to be writing. I try to write when I see the need to say something that needs to be said, and without the fear of retribution. I try to say the…

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Burned Biscuits and Grace

Burned Biscuits and Grace By Dr. Joe McKeever "Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you should respond to each person" - (Colossians 4:6). My friend passed this on to me some time ago. My notes do not indicate whether this…

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Incomprehensible Majesty

Incomprehensible Majesty By Dr. Ray Rooney The word “God” implies something before you even open the Bible. Prior to reading the accounts of Creation, the Exodus, the exile, or even the life and times of Jesus and His apostles, the word “God” points in a very specific direction. Anselm put…

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