April 2013

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O that the grace of God would fill in the hearts of mankind and flow into all our words and a actions! David is described as “a man after God’s own heart.” That description is seen no better than in his display of loyalty and kindness to Mephibosheth. Mephibosheth was the victim of time and…

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No one expected the Boston Marathon to end in tragedy. No one expected the Twin Towers to fall. No one expected the shootings. Unfortunately, tragedy has become a routine part of our experience. Dealing with any tragedy is difficult, but God gives us tools to both endure and overcome tragedies in our lives. We need…

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“Where did God come from?” Have you ever had a 4 year old ask you that question? It is difficult to explain to a child the concept of God’s self-existence (God exists without being dependent upon anything). “Where did God come from?” is also a question that atheists put forward as an argument against there…

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“Without faith it is impossible to please him, for whosoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists, and that he rewards those who diligently seek him” (Hebrews 11:6 ESV). God is. Most of us probably take that fact for granted, but have we ever really examined the evidence. If the unexamined life…

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Sin is a problem that you can’t get out of your life, but you can manage it by walking with Jesus and following Biblical principles. My little Sophie, who is five, has diabetes. We know that we can’t cure the problem, but we can manage the problem by taking the right medications and avoiding certain…

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Send me. When the Lord’s work is to be done, send me. When the Gospel can be preached, send me. Isaiah heard The Lord say, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?”. He replied, “Here am I, send me.” When The Lord needs workers, we can’t sit idle. Everyone who has sat…

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