Year: 2019

Afar?

Does God seem far away from your mind lately?  Although the way things “seem” or “feel” are not always reality, your feelings about your relationship with the Lord might just be the Spirit of God speaking to you.  If you’ve

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The Season For Giving

If Christmas is about anything other than the birth of our Lord and Savior, then it’s about giving!  Truly, God did the “giving” when He gave us His only Son.  As we approach the anniversary of the evening the Angel

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Peace?

Do you like to be comfortable?  I do!  I’ve got this big easy chair in my office, and I just love to recline in it and listen to a good CD.  I also like to have peace in the world,

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“Little” Sins!

When God sent His chosen people into the land of Canaan, He warned them against being trapped into worshipping the gods of the people who lived there.  In what seemed terribly rash, He told the Jews to put all the

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Freely?

Getting some Christians to share their faith is like pulling teeth.  But then again, getting some Christians to give to the work of their church is also quite impossible.  And now that I think about it, it’s also hard to

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Hold It?

It’s bad enough I often have thoughts I shouldn’t have, but it’s even worse when those thoughts become words!  It’s bad enough when someone cuts you off in traffic and you have a thought that’s, shall we say, “not positive”

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Harvest?

“Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.’” Jesus (Matthew 9:37) Are you a busy person?  Just about everyone looks busy to me, but I often wonder what they’re so busy doing.  What

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Once Strong?

How many once strong Christians do you know? Are there people you go to school with, work with, or maybe even hang out with who started out strong in the Lord and then faded away? I must personally know a

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Evil Times?

We live in evil times, but we are not the only people to live in such times.  The Old Testament accounts of Sodom and Gomorrah are not unlike several other accounts of evil cities and evil days in the Bible. 

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How?

“I the LORD search the heart and examine the mind”  Jeremiah 17:10a What’s more important, where you go to church, or how you go to church?  Is the location of the church and the time of the service more important

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