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Common Mistakes People Make When Offering Condolences

June 28, 2017 by  
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Tweet Common Mistakes People Make When They Offer Condolences by Suzie Kolber Talking to someone who has just lost a loved one is never easy. In fact, many people avoid the situation by staying away or sending a generic card. They are afraid of saying the wrong thing. While there is no one right way more »

Choose Life

Tweet The people perish without a vision. IAM that vision. Stop seeking after things. You will not find Me in things; but you will find snares and sin and satan there. Do I say seek things, not God or do I say seek His Kingdom and righteousness? Things are temporary. I AM eternal. Will you more »

Your Brain is Wired for God … has some scientific proof!

April 18, 2017 by  
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Tweet How Your Brain Is Wired For God Research shows that belief may well be part our design. When I was a kid, my Sunday School teachers told me that one day Jesus would knock on the door of my heart. When that happened, I could open the door and Jesus would move in. As more »

What Brings You to the Cross?

April 16, 2017 by  
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Tweet What Brings You to the Cross? Standing at a distance, she gazed at the man’s crucified body, dying on a cross, as her heart pounded in agony. Deep sobs heaved her chest. Her knees began to buckle. What brought her to the cross? A mother’s love. For this was Mary’s son, dying for the more »

Will the Easter Bunny Just Hop Away… Please!

April 15, 2017 by  
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Tweet I am what many people refer to as a purist. Many do not understand or know what a purist is so let me explain. No, a purist is not a Puritan, although I have nothing against Puritans and lean heavily in their direction. After all, I think it is better to be radical in more »

Thankful For Therapy

April 13, 2017 by  
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Tweet Did you ever know you had to do something, like dieting, but passionately protested? After you did it, you were amazed with the results! Recently, my co-workers challenged me to go two weeks without caffeine. I like Mountain Dew and had a VERY difficult time. But, my grumbling soon turned into thankfulness, because now I can control more »

But I Did What You Said!

April 12, 2017 by  
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Tweet Last weekend my son threw a surprise 16th birthday party for one of his closest friends. It was lively, special, and by the end they were wired. To add to the fun, the birthday friend got to spend the night. We told them they needed to go to bed by midnight, though, because otherwise more »

Have You Lost Your Flavor?

April 10, 2017 by  
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Tweet “Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted?” (Matt. 5:13a KJV) The Greek definition of savour actually means “to become insipid, to make as a simpleton, or to act or become foolish.” The word lost is not in the Greek. Salt, in more »

The Gift of Free

Tweet On Monday, over 2,200 people downloaded, The Sounds of Night, for free. You know what was most amazing about that? Most of the downloads were from countries that don’t have the religious freedom we have here in the United States. Think of just how free we are. Let it soak in. May we remember more »

Who Said That?

April 8, 2017 by  
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Tweet “Who said, ‘Neither a borrower nor a lender be’?” asked Chris Matthews on his MSNBC-TV program Hardball. Matthews had been discussing evangelical Christians’ economic views with CBN News correspondent David Brody.  In response, Brody did not name the quote’s source, but playfully protested being asked a “church history” question. Shakespeare may or may not more »

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