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I Still Believe

For people like us in places like this We need all the hope that we can get      – James Paul Goodwin and Michael Been As believers who have been rescued from the stereotype, we share a strong sense … Continue reading

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Finding a new road

Are you aware of having certain patterns in your life that you are unable — even unwilling to change? They seem so entrenched, so beyond your ability to do anything about? You might even see yourself walking in the same … Continue reading

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‘I feel more like eighty-five’

I can remember like yesterday when Randy Stonehill first came out with his song, “Turning Thirty.” Great song, but it made me feel old. I’ve got a couple years on him so I had already passed that milestone. I do … Continue reading

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Life in the Impossible

Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” (Matthew 19:26) Jesus made this comment in a discussion with His disciples over how hard it is for a rich person to … Continue reading

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God’s Hall of Fame

And what more shall I say? I do not have time to tell about Gideon, Barak, Samson and Jephthah, about David and Samuel and the prophets, who through faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, and gained what was promised; who shut … Continue reading

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‘Who makes mouths?’

“When we back off from His commands we are not accepting His provision to obey.” “Who makes mouths?” God said to Moses after He called him to go before Pharaoh and free the the children of Israel from slavery in … Continue reading

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Live large

“Grandpa, will you come back tomorrow and read me the story again?” Grandpa: “As you wish.” In the last scene of the movie, The Princess Bride, the late Peter Falk has the last laugh. As he’s preparing to leave his … Continue reading

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Feed it where you find it

I love Tim’s comment from a few weeks ago, “if we as parents had no spiritual expectations for our children life would be easier.” Not only would it be easier, it would be truer, and better for them, as well. … Continue reading

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