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The Price of Disobedience

By Lynne Conley / yesterday

The Price of Disobedience There were three judges who ruled over the land of Israel. The names of the judges were Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon.  All three of these judges weren’t men of war. In the days they ruled the land of Israel it was a very calm place. The Israelites began to worship Dagon, […]

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The Groom’s Name Is Jesus

By Della Moses / a couple of days ago

The Groom’s Name Is Jesus Why do you say I have forsaken thee through all your troubles and strife, when all along you wouldn’t listen to me..yet knowing I gave you my life! How many times have I approached you and you’ve shrugged me off in disdain, all you could’ve done was let me touch […]

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Love is an Action!

By Debra Jones / last week

Love is an Action! I could not remove my eyes from them, I knew I was staring, and it was rude. Yet my eyes were locked on a picture you rarely if ever, see in today’s world. I could feel the love that a man and woman, who obviously were married, showed one another during […]

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Trying to Live Sane in an Insane World

By David Green / a couple of weeks ago

Trying to Live Sane in an Insane World I have heard it said that the definition of insanity is doing the same behavior over and over and over again but expecting different results. I have been around for a mere forty-seven years, which is a but a drop in the bucket concerning time and eternity, […]

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Trusting God in the Fire

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of weeks ago

Trusting God in the Fire 2 Thessalonians 1:1-12 There is only one way to describe persecution and that is “tried by fire.” The church in the Greek city of Thessalonica was a church in the fire. It was a persecuted church. From the day the apostle Paul left the city they were a hunted people […]

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”Everyday Maintenance”

By Lynne Conley / a couple of weeks ago

”Everyday Maintenance” The care and maintenance is the life of a vehicle, lawn mowers, airplanes, and boats. By keeping the oil changed, and all the fluids checked on a regular basis. This will help keep it all running accurately, and the repairs will be limited. Our walk with the Lord is just like the maintenance […]

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Like…Totally

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of weeks ago

Like…Totally I was in the kitchen yesterday, cooking when some sticky pork blood got on my hand. Suddenly I was 16 again… “EWWWW! Grody to the max!!” I exclaimed, then quickly gazed around the kitchen to make sure no one heard me. I have listened to my elders, noted their wording, admired their phrases, with […]

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The Way Of The Cross

By James Thornton / 3 weeks ago

THE WAY TO THE CROSS: The Death Of The Savior Alas for Pilate! Had he but known who it was, and all that he gave up in thus delivering Jesus to be crucified. John 19:16 “Then delivered he him therefore unto them to be crucified. And they took Jesus and led him away. 17. And […]

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My God, Where Are You?

By George Nava / 3 weeks ago

Where are you? Psa 22:1   My God, my God, why are you turned away from me? why are you so far from helping me, and from the words of my crying? O, my God, I make my cry in the day, and you give no answer, and in the night, and have no rest.  But […]

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The Trial And Death Of Naboth

By James Thornton / 3 weeks ago

The Trial And Death Of Naboth The Trial Of Naboth: 1 Kings 21:12. They proclaimed a fast and set Naboth on high among the people. (KJV) The scene is taking place in a village convocation. The elders of Jezreel, the officers, and judges of the village have proclaimed a fast. Their town has incurred the wrath of […]

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