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In a Dry and Weary Land

Hagar, the Egyptian maidservant of Sarai, knew in her time of fleeing to seek out a source of life-  such was the way of survival in her homeland. All of life centered on the mighty Nile River. She is distraught over having displeased her mistress, so it is here by the stream that God encounters […]

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100-Day Identity Makeover: Day 20

Day 20 You Are Reconciled to God (Romans 5:10) Did you know that enslavement to sin makes you an enemy of God? Yet, hope abounds! “You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man, though for a good man […]

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A Great Harvest Of Souls for the Kingdom of God

I anticipate these final hours of the last days bringing a great harvest of souls for the kingdom of God! We, who walk with the Spirit, see and interpret the signs- Jesus is coming soon. Our witness is more urgent. The increasing persecution has the opposite effect of what is intended: rather than silence the […]

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One

Jesus prayed for us who would choose to become His disciples in the millennia following His death and resurrection! Wow! He prayed for you and for me… Do you know what He prayed? “… that all of them may be one, Father, just as You are in Me and I am in You. May they […]

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Attention Parents: Your Child Has a Core Need

Did you hear the report coming out of the Cleveland Zoo that a parent dangling their two-year old over the cheetah exhibit accidentally dropped the child and then went into the animal’s habitat to rescue him? You can click on the link and watch the FOX News report here. The wild cats harmed neither the […]

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Hope in the Darkness

Yesterday, Fox News reported the deaths of more Iraqi children ages 15 and under. Given the chance by ISIS terrorists to denounce Jesus and possibly escape death, the four young martyrs chose instead to hold fast to their confession of faith. Remember “A Christmas Prayer” written by Max Lucado and released two years ago at the […]

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Hold On, Child! This Story Isn’t Over…

Perhaps you’re one of the many whose heart aches for the joyous celebrations that should be taking place at Christmastime. In the midst of merriment, you visit the sorrow of broken relationships. My heart goes out to you, Friend, and that is why I must write and encourage you to hold on. Hold on to God’s […]

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