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A Simple Question…No Simple Answer

By Sheri Boulet / last month

Why? In my life I have heard the question so many times. “Just because” was usually the answer when I couldn’t come up with anything better when my children were small. I know, it wasn’t adequate for their young and curious minds, but at times that was the best I could come up with. Now […]

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Elijah’s Final Words

By James Thornton / last month

Elijah’s Translation #3 This is the last section of this study of the translation of Elijah’s translation. I hope you have read, or will read, the two other sections. The following is some of the things in this section.   Final Words: 2 Kings 2:11a. “And it came to pass, as they still went on, […]

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Elijah And The God of Ekron

By James Thornton / last month

Elijah And The God Of Ekron #7 This study of the life of Elijah begins after the account of Ahab’s death and burial, and the manner in which the dogs of Samaria fulfilled the prophecy of Elijah. (1 Kings 22:37-38) 2 Kings 1:40. So Ahab slept with his fathers; and Ahaziah his son reigned in […]

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Temptation Ahead

By Susan Niswonger / last month

It was one of those beautiful autumn days that you just have to take advantage of, especially if you live in Michigan.  You can ignore the signs, pretend it won’t happen this year, continue wearing summery clothes and refuse to turn on the furnace until November, but deep down inside you know winter is on […]

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When It’s Right to Suffer Wrong

By Sheri Boulet / last month

When It’s Right to Suffer Wrong My Pastor preached a wonderful message from Psalm 69 titled “The Zeal of Thine House” from verse 9. It spoke right to me, as usual. I am afraid I have been *accused* of being over-zealous in my relationship with God. So, just to set the record straight… I am. […]

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2016 RESOLUTIONS

By Susan Niswonger / last month

Yes, I stayed up last night to watch the ball drop in Times Square, welcome in the New Year and share the first kiss of 2016 with my sweetheart.  This morning I awoke to the real start of the New Year.  The time for excuses is over and the future is now!  I have suddenly […]

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Nevertheless

By Susan Niswonger / last month

It all started in The Garden.   God had commanded Adam who instructed Eve that the tree in the middle of the garden was off limits.  Eve approached the tree, looked longingly at the forbidden fruit and wondered “what if?”  Satan, who never misses an opportunity, begin to persuade Eve that God hadn’t really meant what […]

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Another Day

By Don Doran / last month

Good morning. I have been ill for a few days but am now back in the land of the living. Each morning on my bus route I get to enjoy the sun rise, that is about the only thing to enjoy that early in the morning. The bus is quiet. My assistants are catching last […]

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Save The Leftovers

By James Thornton / last month

SAVE THE LEFTOVERS: Matthew 14:20: And they did all eat, and were filled: and they took up of the fragments that remained twelve baskets full. Though the people had gotten a meal in a marvelous way, they were not very thoughtful about the marvel. They ate till they had enough, and then flung the residue away. […]

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Remember Who? Why?

By George Nava / last month

  Ecc 12:1  Remember your Creator while you are young, before the bad times come–before the years come when you say, “I have wasted my life.” Ecc 12:2  Remember your Creator while you are young, before the time comes when the sun and the moon and the stars become dark to you–before problems come again […]

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