Monthly Archives: July 2022

Deaths Transience 

“A voice says, “Cry out.” And I said, “What shall I cry?” “All people are like grass, and all their faithfulness is like the flowers of the field. The grass withers and the flowers fall, because the breath of the … Continue reading

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Problems and Fears 

Life brings problems which we encounter. Must we face them? Are we able to face them? How and why? There are forces set on our destruction Spirituality, Emotionally, Physically. Also, there is power in the name of Jesus to break … Continue reading

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God and Man 

As I drifted out of sleep into consciousness My mind was on God. Marveling at His eternal presence unchanging perfection unlimited. Yet, He is mindful of mankind. He draws us to Himself, though He is everywhere such that the universe … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

Anytime is an appropriate time to give thanks to God. He is blessing us in multiple ways everyday. Most of our most precious blessings from Him, often go unnoticed or rarely considered. Living in a country where we still have … Continue reading

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Following Yeshua 

“The True Church is born from above. In it there are no sinners, and outside of it no saints.” Leonard Ravenhill  One of my favorite books is the allegory, Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan, in 1678. He was persecuted and … Continue reading

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Unanswered Prayer

“When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures.” (James 4:3) We should evaluate our motives; are our good intentions, ours alone, not God’s? “Yet when … Continue reading

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Prayer Sense

We all pray, but how do we practice a prayer life. Without discernment we may fall into ambivalence or worse, unbelief. A child could ask to play with knives, play in the street, start fires, throw rocks at windows, eat … Continue reading

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Saul as King

The People of Israel wanted a king like the heathen nations. It was a bad idea, but God gave them Saul the tall good looking guy. However Saul was a burden to the people and disobedient to God which brought … Continue reading

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Freedom from the Past

Regret is a heavy load to drag around and very difficult to put off. In part, it consist of memories of people hurting us and we hurting others. Past statements and actions that cannot be undone in the present or … Continue reading

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