All posts in "Words Of Encouragement"
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But God, The Pain Hurts

By Susan Niswonger / yesterday

But God, The Pain Hurts! Children learn at a very young age that touching something hot is not pleasant and they quickly withdraw their hands.  The words hurt and ouch are soon added to their vocabulary. As we mature, experience teaches us to avoid those activities most likely to cause pain.  There is a segment of […]

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More than a Maid

By Christopher Scully / a day ago

Isaiah 50:4 We have probably made some outrageous mistakes in our dating relationships, or we’ve maybe  become addicted to pornography or even we have made mistakes in our life because our vision was not totally upon Jesus Christ as it should have been. As I was reading the Bible one night I stumbled upon a […]

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A Prayer for my Baby Boy

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of days ago

A Prayer for my Baby Boy I was sitting in a meeting when suddenly, out of nowhere, I was revisited by your glistening smile, the one that you wore when your teeth were beginning to appear. And I found myself smiling and swallowing back tears that I am quite sure others thought inappropriate to the […]

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A Hop, A Skip, And A Walk Around The Block

By Susan Niswonger / a few days ago

A Hop, A Skip, And A Walk Around The Block If you want to experience life on another level, take a walk with a 2-year old.  Yesterday, while Mommy and Nathan went to visit the doctor, Caleb and Grandma went for a walk.  Walking with a child won’t get your heart rate up to a […]

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All About The Profit?

By George Nava / 5 days ago

All About Profit Where’s the profit? Job 34:8  He who goes in the company of the workers of iniquity, and walks with wicked men. :9  .. often said, It profits a man nothing that he should delight himself with God. Hum… Isn’t it ironic that so many people not only reject God and his Word. But all […]

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Prison Break: Forgiveness is the Key

By Sheri Boulet / last week

Prison Break: Forgiveness is the Key   My Pastor spoke of Paul and Silas recently, relating the events prior to their imprisonment by the hands of the masters of the woman who was delivered of the spirit of divination. He spoke of the subsequent beatings they endured just prior to being placed in the inner […]

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Let Your Devotion Stand Strong

By Tim Mauer / a couple of weeks ago

Let Your Devotion Stand Strong   30 – “…he repaired the altar of the LORD that was broken down.” We look at the story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal as an inspirational one; an example of God’s power, and subsequent judgment on some of His idolatrous children. The story of Elijah and prophets […]

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Shhh…Are you Listening?

By Debra Jones / a couple of weeks ago

Shhh…Are you Listening? What is God trying to Tell You? Speaking in a normal tone, will most of the time capture your audience? While whispering, on the other hand, is an attempt to be quiet, to use hushed tones, to be soft spoken, to be quiet, and to be private. The only problem with whispering […]

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How do you enter the House of God?

By Debra Jones / a couple of weeks ago

How do you enter the House of God? My granddaughter is 2.5 years old. Like her Grandma, she is talkative, assertive, and passionate about life and can be demanding, which comes with the red hair. She is always ready to help with any and everything, which can be a little daunting at times. She likes […]

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What Relationships have you Cultivated?

By Debra Jones / 3 weeks ago

What Relationship have you Cultivated Lately? I believe God puts people in our path for a reason, when I meet someone new I try to look at each person. I weigh the encounter and often wonder if this is going to be a journey for them or me. Neither one of us is perfect and […]

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