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  • 49 to 50

    Biblical numbers bear special meanings, symbolizing progress to perfection and completion to transcendance. We can count on God through similar cycles and transitions in our own lives. read more
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  • When Tragedy Strikes

    When tragedy strikes, it can be hard to know how to respond. Here are three things we can do when someone you know has lost a loved one. read more
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  • Dead or Alive?

    As Christians we must put sin to death. We are now alive in Christ and and must remove the habits of our spiritually dead selves. read more
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  • Power

    Power is unique. It is a force which mankind desires, yet it is not owned by anyone except Almighty God. read more
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  • An Astonishing Rescue

    We had nowhere to turn, no one to run to to save us from our sins, except Christ. God sent His only Son to save you and I! read more
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  • It's 'rudderly' ridiculous! †

    Is your tongue obeying your every thought? †Is it out of control, leading to shipwreck? †Is it burning those around you? read more
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  • Donít just think and pray; act!

    God asks us to consider how to love each other. He has blessings in store for those who take seriously the command to meet together for mutual encouragement. read more
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  • No Salt

    Jesus death satisfied Godís justice and His perfect life achieved the holiness God requires. When we ask for Godís forgiveness of our sins because of Christ, the same power that raised Jesus from the dead then comes to live in us! read more
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  • Praying at Walmart

    As we experience intimacy with God we grow in our confidence as his children, and his peace rules in our hearts. read more
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  • Thank You, Dad!

    Now, I realize of course that not everyone has the same kind of dad that I did. Some may have come from broken families where their father was not present. Some might have even come from a background of abuse. Whatever the situation might be, I hope that at some point in time those who suffered through such brokenness may come to know the blessing and love of our Father in Heaven. read more
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