Monthly Archives: November 2021

The Attraction of God

If God is so good why doesn’t the whole world’s population run to Him? First, masses of people have no knowledge of the one true God. Secondly, God lives in unapproachable light, He is invisible, He is Holy, He is … Continue reading

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What’s New

Solomon was the wisest man ever, by God’s divine gift. After a thorough investigation using scientific methods He said, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” … Continue reading

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Your Journey

You started with nothing, but pride, neediness, and a yearning for love, though you didn’t even know what or who it was. Nevertheless, you heard of Him and had enough sense to know there is a Creator God; even a … Continue reading

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Spiritual Warmup

I’m preparing for a new breakthrough in Spirit led prayer. Since the natural comes before the spiritual, (1 Cor. 15:46), some natural warm up might be appropriate. We might greet, then stretch, move about, brief minor calisthenics of the body. … Continue reading

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The Right Order

Most of us find satisfaction in order, some find it compelling, but an early lesson for every child is putting their toys away in their proper orderly place. God also respects order and shows us His orderly design. When we … Continue reading

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Come Spirit, Come

What I know, I know is a person, but only see in part. He alone can reveal and demonstrate Himself. He alone can play the strings of the harp that is my heart. He alone can release harmony, melody, the … Continue reading

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Thinking and Speaking Right

Walking along the beach looking at shells considering whether any are of interest, colorful, whole, vacant of its host, it occurred to me our lives are not like shells washed upon the shore at the end. Unless I had no … Continue reading

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Prayer Maturity

It is wisdom to look both ways when crossing the street, and folly not to. In the same way we should exercise maturity in prayer, not as to pray or not to pray, but recognizing the full range of God’s … Continue reading

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