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Just One

By Della Moses / a couple of years ago

As I walked through the dark streets of Jerusalem, I saw a Mighty Light emanating brightly from a small stable room. Crossing over the narrow cobbled stoned street, I leaned over on the window sill to just quickly take a little peek. The room was lit by a warm embracing glow, that beacon for me […]

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To God be the Glory! The Story and prayer of a backslider!

By Debra Jones / a couple of years ago

Lord,  I looked around, and I had to look at myself, as I noticed many a familiar face is missing from the pews of your house. I too was absent from your house for quite some time and was in the wilderness, I was stubborn, and some of my old ways haunted me and overtook […]

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Understand Their End

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of years ago

When I’m feeling just a little envious of others, a little prideful of my experience with God or a little sorry for myself, the 73rd Psalm usually comes to my mind.   I especially like to dwell on the 17th verse; “Until I went into the sanctuary of God; then understood I their end.”  I find that […]

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Hashtag BTW

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of years ago

Hashtag BTW The 21st Century has become the Golden Age of Communication, hashtag #norealconnection.  We are more connected than at any other time in history, yet we have less personal contact with friends and relatives than we had a century ago.  By pushing #3 on my cell phone, I am immediately connected with my husband […]

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Open My Eyes

By Don Doran / a couple of years ago

Open My Eyes We all have so many different purposes in life. Some want wealth and riches. Others want fame. Still, others just want to make it from one day to the next. I really enjoyed the purpose of life stated by the Psalmist. Ps 119:17-18 Deal bountifully with thy servant, that I may live, and keep […]

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Round And Round

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

Round and Round I remember when I was a little girl playing with this metal top with a rod in the top that you could push up and down to make the top spin. I loved that top. I played with it until the metal was worn on the bottom. I always wanted to get […]

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Disconnected and loving it.

By Steven Adams / a couple of years ago

I deleted my Myspace and Facebook accounts. I deleted my blog on Blogger. I deleted my Buzznet photo account. Last night I felt convicted to do so, and I think I disconnected myself from most of the sites I’ve used for years. I’ve been struggling lately, and I felt as long I was connected to […]

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An Excellent Sermon Without Words

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of years ago

An Excellent Sermon Without Words A member of a certain church, who previously had been attending services regularly, stopped going. After a few weeks, the preacher decided to visit him. It was a chilly evening. The preacher found the man at home alone, sitting before a blazing fire. Guessing the reason for his preacher’s visit, […]

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Inside Out

By Holly Settles / a couple of years ago

Inside Out Have you ever seen an absolutely beautiful home, with well-manicured landscaping, the paint looking fresh, the windows shining, even the car in the driveway sparkles? And then, you walk up to the door, knock or ring the bell, and you walk into a mess? Shambles would be more like it…filthiness clutters the once […]

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God’s Greatest Miracle

By James Mitchell / a couple of years ago

God’s Greatest Miracle This is actually an Article I wrote on September 11, 2006. In short… I tried to encourage those of us who have become impatient and troubled and tired in our walks with God and Need a healing and need the greatest miracle God ever gave. Psalm 107:20 He sent his word and […]

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