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God Turns Our Darkness Into Light

By James Thornton / 7 days ago

God Turns Our Darkness Into Light By, James L. Thornton In The Beginning, God Created The Light To Illuminate The World And Dispel The Darkness: “Darkness was upon the face of the deep” Genesis 1:2. In the beginning, there was no dawn to end the night, no sun to warm the day, no moonlight reflected […]

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Use It or Lose It

By Lynne Conley / a couple of weeks ago

Use it or Lose It By: Lynne Conley Jesus often spoke in a parable to his followers. In the Biblical times if a wealthy man was going on a long journey for an extended time he would often make his trusted servants to be his representatives. When the master returned he rewarded them for their […]

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Beautiful!

By Debra Jones / 3 weeks ago

Beautiful! Recently a friend of mine started this silly saying by looking at me and remarking with emphasis, ” You are so Beautiful”. I would laugh and raise my eyebrows at her and give her the look that says, “You have lost it”. She would erupt into laughter like a little child. As time went […]

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How Can We Help

By Janae Stanford / 3 weeks ago

Today in this world we don’t see what people go through every day. We always end up hearing about people that get kidnapped, killed and others that you hear. And also we hear on the news or the radio about floods, hurricanes, tornados and also earthquakes. From what we see and hear we began to […]

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Why Wait?

By Rick Mills / last month

Why Wait? Most of you probably don’t struggle with impatience. Waiting is just another part of life that comes easily to you. I, on the other hand, struggle to be patient. Waiting seems to go against my very nature, the nature of my flesh, that is. Through the years, God has taught me, through some […]

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Answered Prayer of the Cursed

By Christine Carney / last month

My past isn’t a pretty one. It’s sordid, ugly and obscene. Most of it isn’t appropriate to repeat in a public setting such as this publication. However, today, I’m blessed beyond measure and all credit goes to my King, Savior, and Lord: Jesus Christ. It’s a blessing I want to share with you, or I […]

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Don’t Become Sour

By Lynne Conley / last month

Don’t Become Sour For a while Abraham and Isaac were so lonely after the death of Sarah, and she was one-hundred twenty seven years old. The definition for lonely is: sad from being alone (Merriam-Webster) Abraham thought to himself that Isaac was old enough to get married. The women of Canaan weren’t under Abraham’s approval. […]

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The Spoils Of The Battle

By Sheri Boulet / last month

I have something to say, and I really don’t know how to start it out. But I’m going to give it a shot. Perhaps someone may be offended at what I am what I am about to say, that is not my intention at all. I want only to bring understanding to someone about my […]

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The Cost of Love

By Della Moses / last month

The Cost of Love Ask me and I’ll tell you what the price of love did cost. For my Jesus paid in full so your souls would not be lost. My heart has a rhythm that gently beats and pulsates. My soul has a hunger for an eternal loving mate. I was created for a […]

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Possessing Our Inheritance

By Martin Schmaltz / last month

It seems there was this man that for all of his life lived in need. No matter what he attempted, it seems he could never get ahead. One day he received notification that a distant relative had died and left to him their mansion. Obviously, this man was elated. Finally, something had gone right for […]

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