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The Birth Of Cain And Abel

By James Thornton / 3 weeks ago

THE BIRTH OF CAIN AND ABEL: The most tragic day in human history could not be relived. The only hope for Adam and Eve and the entire human race to come was the promise of God that one day He would send an offspring, a Savior, Who would destroy the power of the Serpent and […]

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Junk Food Christians

By Lynne Conley / 3 weeks ago

Junk Food Christians Junk food, such as hamburgers, fried chicken, pizza, soft drinks, and chips, are loaded with saturated fats. Too much-saturated fat in a person’s diet can lead to numerous health problems. Most of the junk food is labeled high in sugar, sodium, and food additives. This is to improve the way the food […]

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You May Do This But…

By / 3 weeks ago

Because the life of obedience to Jesus, despite how indescribably challenging it can be to say no to self and yes to God and His ways, comes with the everlasting reward of being in Christ’s forever fellowship, drawing ever closer to Him, become ever more like Him, and looking forward to the rewards stored up for His faithful followers in heaven.

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The Uninvited

By Ginger R / 3 weeks ago

The Uninvited Compel them to come Luke 14:23 In this parable, Jesus is teaching about the lesson of a king who is having a feast and has sent for certain people. Those people, for various reasons, choose not to come. So the King sends people out again telling His servants to gather them from the […]

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Fourteen Years Ago

By James Thornton / 3 weeks ago

“FOURTEEN YEARS AGO” By: James L. Thornton PAUL: A SERVANT OF JESUS CHRIST (2 Corinthians 12:2-5) “We are not free to say we see not, For the glory comes Nightly and daily, Like the flowing sea; His luster pierceth through the midnight glooms; And, at a prime hour, behold! Follows me with golden shadows to […]

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The Alarm Clock Just Buzzed

By Susan Niswonger / 4 weeks ago

The Alarm Clock Just Buzzed Sleeping peacefully, snuggled under a cozy quilt, I was suddenly awakened by the shrill sound of an alarm clock.  I am known in the family as an “early bird.”  My eyes pop open at first light and I hit the floor running.  I am the one who walks into the […]

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The Time Is Not Yet

By / 4 weeks ago

I knew the Lord’s will. But I missed the Lord’s timing. And herein lies the message. The Lord has a perfect time for His perfect will. He is perfect, and so are His plans for us. So is His timing for His plans. He is the great orchestra-tor – the great conductor – of everything good and everything beautiful. Right down to the very detail of all of His creation. Right down to the very time frame of it all.

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The Smallest Angel

By Michael Winskie / 4 weeks ago

The Smallest Angel By Michael Winskie        The year was 1975. Vietnam was almost over. VW microbuses were slowly being replaced by a new generation of “muscle cars”. Disco was beginning to sprout its neon wings. Life in the small town of Moultrie, Ga. seemed to move at a snail’s pace compared to the rest of the […]

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For you must survive, even though you feel like you are dying

By Debra Jones / last month

For you must survive, even though you feel like you are dying Written By: Debra Hearn Jones Have you ever gone through an ultimate betrayal, caused by someone you love unconditionally, that when you discover their betrayal, the shock catches you totally off guard, and your body’s response feels as though it reacted separately from […]

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When You’re Vulnerable

By / last month

See, when Satan dangled his bait before my hungry eyes, and desperate heart, I opened wide my mouth and prepared to take a big greedy delicious bite. Imagine, after all the time I’d been following Jesus, after all the time I’d spent studying the Bible, after all the time I’d received godly counsel, after all the experience I’d had through the years doing wrong and learning how to do right, there I had found myself about to fall hook, line, and sinker for the devil’s tantalizing, scrumptious-seeming bait.

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