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How Great Is Thou Faithfulness

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

How Great Is Thou Faithfulness How far would we go for someone in need? Does it take a lot of push and shove to get our bodies to move into action?  When someone is in need, we shouldn’t think twice about helping. It should be an automatic feeling that comes inside us. It’s called compassion. […]

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People’s Voices!

By Debra Jones / a few months ago

All my life, I have been told to shut up, I can still hear the mean negative voices of people from my past as I reflected on my life today listening to the echoes of yesteryear, of the many voices who tried to shut me up, who told me to shut up, who tried to […]

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Shaken out of Gods House Part 2

By Phyllis Corbin / a few months ago

SHAKEN OUT OF GOD’S HOUSE – PART 2 Nehemiah Bible Study By Phyllis Corbin How could Nehemiah have convinced the nobles and the Jewish landowners to give back what they had taken from their brothers? From Nehemiah 5:14-19 is the answer. 14. Moreover, from the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes, when I was appointed to […]

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Stones of Memorial

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

Some time ago, I watched a funeral of an elderly lady over the internet.  This is the fourth funeral I have watched in the last few years.  These were people I have seen and heard all my life, yet I have never shaken their hand, spoken to them, or even been introduced.  She was not […]

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The Gifts of the Holy Spirit Lesson 2

By Phyllis Corbin / a few months ago

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit Lesson #2 11] Exhortation: Definition: Supernatural Holy Spirit has given ability to both stands (ask, pray) in the gap for others and encourage, console, strengthen, instruct, and comfort whoever. “or the one exhorting, in the encouragement (exhortation); “Or he that exhorteth, on exhortation ( encouragement & praying)):….” A. Standing […]

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The Price of Disobedience

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

The Price of Disobedience There were three judges who ruled over the land of Israel. The names of the judges were Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon.  All three of these judges weren’t men of war. In the days they ruled the land of Israel it was a very calm place. The Israelites began to worship Dagon, […]

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Are You Isolating?

By John Howell / a few months ago

Friend, there is a difference between solitude as directed by the Lord for His purpose and isolating ourselves from others and most importantly from Him. The Lord created us above all else to love and worship and honor and serve Him with all our hearts forever and to love others as ourselves. Our greatest love and intimacy is to be with God almighty through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. And our second greatest love and intimacy is to be in relationship with our fellow humans. There is a time and purpose for us to spend time on our own, but never in disobedience to Christ. And never apart from Christ.

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The Groom’s Name Is Jesus

By Della Moses / a few months ago

The Groom’s Name Is Jesus Why do you say I have forsaken thee through all your troubles and strife, when all along you wouldn’t listen to me..yet knowing I gave you my life! How many times have I approached you and you’ve shrugged me off in disdain, all you could’ve done was let me touch […]

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The Presence And The Power

By George Nava / a few months ago

Power in the original is Exsousia from which we derive the root word for dynamite, its means absolute power and authority. Power according to the first law of physics: Must be defined according to and by the context of movement, a movement against a stationary object, “In other words something has got to stay still […]

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Winner By Random Drawing

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

What child does not love the story of “David and the Giant?” We all hoped to be able to slay the giants that we face in our own young lives using David as our inspiration since he was young himself and was able to win where bigger, stronger, older, more experienced soldiers could not. Still […]