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“The LORD has spoken to His Children.” A Word from God (3/30/15)

Joel Gray

The world we are living in is going through major changes. This is a time like none other. It is the time to seek God and depend on God for everything because we will see very soon how important God is to us. He is our life and our loving Creator, Defender, and Provider. All good things come from God. This message is a message from God to His Church, the people who seek Him. (Photo: Nuclear explosions. Source .) ...

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What Does God's Word Say? Taking Difficult Stands

Marijo Phelps

What Does God's Word Say? Taking Difficult Stands WHAT is the matter with that child? He is running straight for the fireplace with his arms out like he wants to embrace the flames... well, after some blisters he will learn, won't he? Oh, no, there is my friend, running to catch the bus but she doesn't see the car turning the corner right in her pathway. Boy, after spending some time in the hospital maybe she will..

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Circumcision and Baptism

Denny Smith

Many believers in Christ believe and teach that baptism is just a sign of a salvation that has already been received and thus whether or not one is baptized is of no great consequence as pertains to the soul’s salvation. Many see baptism in the same light they see circumcision in the Old Testament, as just a sign. Is baptism just a sign of a salvation by faith that is already in one’s possession? In the Old Testament..

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It Is Foolishness To Compare Yourself With Others

Ngozi Nwoke

How far have you gone with your purpose in life? You are special and unique before God and so is your purpose. But comparing yourself with others will distract you and hinder you from fulfilling it. The people you compare yourself with are not better positioned than you are before God, what you have and where you are, are enough for you to deliver. This article gives you reasons why it is foolishness to compare yourself with others. .

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National Marriage Week - Book Giveaway

DeBorrah K Ogans

In celebration of National Marriage Week and Valentine's Day, you can download the Kindle Edition of my premarital book, "How Do I Love Thee:Food For Thought Before You Say I DO" for FREE! How Compatible are We? Ready for Intimacy? Commitment? The Marriage Bed? In-laws or Out-laws? Many couples spend a great deal of time planning their wedding, but little time planning their marriage. They have not taken the time to.

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GENESIS 1, Salvation In Creation

Ron Evartt

Gen 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. This refers to all of creation, and that God alone changed things; or unmade, unformed things that were. Heaven and earth refer to “the heavens and earth”. Gen 1:2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. Right now there is no order to life on.

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New Year’s Spirituality: Be the Best You Can Be! (Mt.5:48)

Teresa O'Driscoll

Recently, I was reminded of how the Holy Spirit works within me, as I made my way along a frosty country footpath thinking of New Year's resolutions. Last year one of my resolutions was to make this regular walk. However, thanks to the Holy Spirit, soon spiritual benefits were added to physical as I inevitably pray as I go. This day it was Psalm 23 “The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green...

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Yielding to God While Wielding Your Faith

Amy Walker

Have you ever found yourself in prayer withholding requests from God because you believed it was off-limits? Maybe you thought that God couldn't’t be bothered with it. Perhaps you had made the request so many times before without result that you figure God is determined to ignore you on that point. You may think the issue is too big, too small, too complicated, too overwhelming or too unworthy. Could it be that you have not...

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Joshua ben Joseph

Richard Revelstoke

Joshua ben Joseph was a very remarkable man. Born into a working class family, he came from the village of Nazareth whose liberal-leaning residents gave rise to the saying, can any good come out of Nazareth? The religious leaders saw Nazareth as a morally loose and unruly town. Nazareth was a tiny place nestled in a small valley surrounded by low hills, a place of such little consequence that it is hardly mentioned in historical...

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