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God Still Cares For YOU No matter What!

Have you ever had someone give up on you? Ouch! It hurts with a hurt that is hard to shake. Unfortunately, most of us have experienced our share of failures. Maybe we were blamed falsely for problems we didn’t create,

No Matter How it Looks, God is At Work!

Woven through the tapestry of this wonderful story we find at least three timeless lessons thus far. The first has to do with God’s plan. The second has to do with God’s purposes. And the third has to do with

May Be This Christmas, You Too will Find Hidden Treasures!

  But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart (Luke 2:19 ). But his mother treasured all these things in her heart (Luke 2:51). We are fascinated by stories of hidden treasure. Many of the

It Can Be “Really” Hard, But Choose to Live Your Dreams…Anyway!

People deal with their dreams in one of three ways. They accuse, they excuse, or they choose.Accusers spend their entire lives blaming others for why they haven’t achieved their dreams. Excusers make excuses for why they are not living their

What Happened?

If God created the world not just to be “good” (Genesis 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25), but also to be “very good” (Genesis 1:31), what happened? Why did chaos, pain, and death come into our world? Why do death,

Let This Easter Renew Your Hope in God!

Easter is not about brightly colored eggs, wearing pastels, or enjoying a big meal, although it could include these. Easter is about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. For some, Easter will be a great day, spent surrounded by

The Indescribable Love and Faithfulness of God

Do you doubt God’s love for you? Are you convinced of His love and faithfulness towards a fallen humanity? Consider these facts from God’s Word: In the Garden of Eden, God showed us His idea of the true “Good Life”.

One God for all!

Our ability, to assist in bringing forth the Kingdom of God within ourselves and on our planet, depends first and foremost on understanding who God is (to the best of our present ability to do so).  The Apostle Paul explained

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