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Are UnResolved Problems Making You Tired or Anxious?

Anxiety could be described as a fly in a room full of large mosquitoes with you trapped in the room with them unable to get out. While it can be aggravating to be trapped in a room with a fly,

Your Prayers May Change Things, 10 Ways it did in the Bible!

If you’re going to say a prayer, it’s probably because you want something to change. When you pray for a blessing, you want to feel blessed afterward. When you pray for protection, you want to feel safe afterward. When you

If Your Back’s Against the Wall, Pray!

When Arioch, the commander of the king’s guard, came to kill them, Daniel handled the situation with wisdom and discretion. (Daniel 2:14) Daniel was scheduled to be executed along with all the wise men in Babylon’s court. Daniel was an

Don’t Lose Hope in God As YOU wait on Him!

Don’t Lose Hope in God because God has not Lost Hope in You! Is there anyone who has never experienced disappointment, misfortune, setback, calamity, breakup of relationship, serious illness, or death of a friend or family member that dashed his

Wait on God As He works,He won’t Fail You!

I hate to wait. I hate to wait in line at the store. I hate to wait for road construction. Waiting is hard enough, but add to it uncertainty and the challenge can feel overwhelming. It is hard to wait

Are YOU Tired of the Election Frenzy?

The night before the crucifixion was a dark time. Jesus’ followers didn’t know what was going to happen next, but there were hints of a time of trial and persecution unlike any they’d ever known. In the midst of their

Wait on God with Expectancy,He’s coming!

Someone has said: “I think I’m a pretty patient guy — that is, until I have to wait for something!” Sad but true, patience (waiting) does not occupy the top rung on our ladder of priorities. Waiting is not a

Are you questioning God’s Work in Your Life?

When problems occur in your life, do you ever question God and ask “why?” For example, “Why is this happening to me?” or “Why do I have to go through this?” Even the most devoted Christian has asked these questions

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