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Seeing and Hearing God

By Debra Jones / a few days ago

Seeing and Hearing God   I recently read the article by Don Doran “ Have you seen God”, it made me really stop and think; have I heard God? Have I seen God? I grew up attending a long list of Baptist churches, and as an adult, I attended for a short while, a local […]

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Stay In Crete

By James Thornton / last week

Stay In Crete By James L. Thornton ~~~~~~~Contents~~~~~ 1. You need Crete. 2. Crete needs you. 3. God needs you in Crete. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Titus 1:4. To Titus, mine own son after the common faith: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ our Saviour. 5. For this cause left I thee in Crete, […]

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Where Have I Been?

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of weeks ago

Where Have I Been? Well, in case there is ANYONE out there wondering where have I been or what has happened to me, my Internet has been down. But, we had a healing service at the house tonight and are back up and running. I have been really preoccupied with life lately, so fixing it […]

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Ergonomics Of The Standard Of God

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

It seems there is a science studying everything. There is probably a science to study the science of science. Several years ago another science emerged called Ergonomics. If you do not work in the business world you might not be familiar with this particular science. But since I do I have been forced into the […]

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The Land of the Free

By Diana Alvarez / 3 weeks ago

The Land of the Free Written By Diana Marie Alvarez The irrefutable declaration to the world was announced A call to fight for a cause yet ready to be elucidated With pride a young fatigue-clad soldier pledged to fight Stood with Teutonic grace upon his weight He boarded his plane; a metamorphosis took place A […]

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Unknown Warriors

By James Thornton / 3 weeks ago

Today the church is enjoying its finest hour. These are the days of revival, days of phenomenal growth in the church. Hitherto unconquerable conquests are being conquered. And it is the Unknown Warriors of Christ, the nameless heroes, the rank and file of the people, who with courage and conviction and faith carrying aloft the […]

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Jonah’s Gourd

By Phyllis Corbin / 4 weeks ago

Jonah’s Gourd (Jonah 4:4-8) I. Introduction A. There is much speculation as to what this vine or gourd really was. Some say it was a castor bean plant. 1. That’s a fast-growing plant that can reach a height of 10 ft. 2. But to be truthful, we don’t know what it was for the simple […]

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Accidentally Changed

By Shayna Buchan / last month

Accidental Change My head was jolted up and down, I awakened from my slumber. My heart was beating wildly, I screamed and then went under. My eyes quickly fluttered open, Watching the snow fall to the ground. In a mass of twisted metal, The smell of death lingered around. It wasn’t real I would not believe, […]

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Ministry and Truth are Defined by Christ’s Example

By JW Mills / last month

“Whoever wants to be great among you must become the servant of all” (Matt. 20:26). To partake of Jesus Christ’s ministry one must become a son or daughter by the adoption of the Spirit. Though we are heirs of God yet must we be subject to others in service. When it is necessary a servant that is yielded to God’s […]

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Does God Really Forgives?

By Rachel Quam / last month

Have you ever wondered . . . . If God is omniscient (all-knowing), how can it be that He forgives our sins? Doesn’t the act of forgiving include forgetting? Has it not been said that God remembers our sin no more? Indeed, it has been said that God no longer remembers our sin. In His […]

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