Monthly Archives: January 2015

Romans 8:26-27

What do you know about prayer? As Christians, it’s something we are to do, of course, but what is it, exactly? Is it repeating lengthy words from a special book, or something so much more? “And the Holy Spirit helps … Continue reading

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Acts 1:8

Do you want to build a snowman? This famous line in the Walt Disney movie Frozen is an endearing invitation by a sister seeking a relationship, yet it is rejected, time and again, year after year. And as seemingly unrelated … Continue reading

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Matthew‬ ‭6‬:‭12‬

How do you respond when you are wronged? When someone in your life does something they truly shouldn’t have–something for which some may encourage you to withhold forgiveness, or even pay them back? “And forgive us our debts, as we … Continue reading

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Luke 12:20

How long will you live? When will you die, and how? Will you have any advance notice of it, or will it come instantly, unexpectedly? These are questions many people would rather not contemplate, but the reality is that none … Continue reading

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Psalm 147:5

Are you bored with God? Do you feel like you understand His message thoroughly, and (whether you articulate it, or have merely been subconsciously suspecting it) feel there is nothing more for you to gain by studying it further? If … Continue reading

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