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I’m Not Deaf, Dumb, or Blind

By George Nava / a couple of years ago

I’m Not Deaf, Dumb, or Blind   Psa 8:2  Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of thine enemies, that thou mightest still the enemy and the avenger.  Psa 8:3  When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; What […]

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Prayer For All Needs

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of years ago

Prayer For All Needs Abba Father I come now in the name of Christ Jesus, I humble my heart and I command my will to align with Your will and my mind I gird up and I come to You my source. I love You Father and I trust You and more than anything I […]

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The Zone

By David Green / a couple of years ago

The Zone There is a place that a runner can get to when he runs. Some have called it the ‘runner’s high’. Others call it ‘the zone’. It is a place where everything seems to mesh together. In this place everything is right and nothing is wrong. The body and the mind meet and become […]

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Grace Sufficient

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

One day I’m going to write a book. I don’t think it will be a best seller because I won’t be writing things that the world at large particularly wants to hear, but write I shall. I will write about His hand of protection, of His love, of His mercy. I will write about His […]

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Dancing to the Music in Your Heart

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

I woke up this morning thinking about David. David, on the day that he went to bring the ark of God home. Can you just imagine his anticipation that day? I mean, he had tried this before and it had not been accomplished simply because he had not done things the way God had intended. […]

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If the light of this morning had ceased to shine

By Thomas Spurgeon / a couple of years ago

If If the light of this morning had ceased to shine, If I suddenly found out I no longer had time, If my days grew long and my nights grew cold, If strong became weak and young became old, If words ceased to inspire and courage turned to fear, If your voice never again softly […]

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Glimpses Of Glory

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

I ventured out to Wal-Mart late this afternoon. Not one of my favorite things on a Saturday, but of necessity, I had to brave it. I raced around trying to complete my shopping in record time and flee the masses. After I completed checking out I headed for the exit. It was flooding! The alcove […]

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Beyond The Collision

By Diana Alvarez / a couple of years ago

Beyond The Collision A True Story! It was another typical early Sunday morning – or so I thought. I was driving down a two-lane highway on my way to a women’s activity at church. Driving alone gave me precious time to meditate and reflect. Although alert to my surroundings, my thoughts were of various friends. […]

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Icing On The Cake

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of years ago

Have you ever heard people say things that make no sense at all?  I don’t understand the saying, “Have their cake and eat it too.”  It seems to me that the only use for cake is to eat it.  And, why would someone give you a piece of cake and then be surprised that you […]

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The Land of The Familiar

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of years ago

Have you ever noticed how you ignore the details of the familiar?  This is true in marriage, with your children and life in general.  Those beautiful eyes that made you melt have just become necessary features in a beloved face.  The lips that you could kiss for hours, now receive the cursory goodbye peck as […]

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