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God is at Work, Even if Prayers Are Unanswered!

How long, O Lord? Will You forget me forever? —Psalm 13:1 For 9 long years, Saul hounded David as “one hunts a partridge in the mountains” (1 Sam. 26:20). “How long, O Lord? Will You forget me forever?” David prayed.

No matter what,God can Piece Your life together again…

Way back in 1981, the Royal Academy of Music in Finland invited British violinist Peter Cropper to play at a special concert. The concert was special as they wanted him to play on the Stradivarius (a 285-year-old violin that drew

If You’re Fed up and tired of it, Joylessness Is Not a Sin or Failure!

We all go through times of joylessness, times of abject failure, seasons of grief, feeling overwhelmed for prolonged periods of time. Some of us are burnt out for any number of reasons. And many of us flagellate ourselves; we beat

Tired? Try Keeping YOUR Eyes on the Real Prize!

Politicians talk about change as if it is some precious metal not easily mined or the holy grail to be recovered. They tout their ability to bring change. They may even talk about the quality of change they hope to

Walk by Faith-Leave the Results to God!

Walking by faith is easy when we get the results we are looking for, isn’t it? When our prayers are answered the way we want them to be and everything happens the way we want, it’s easy to have faith.

Are You Feeling Far Away From God This Easter?

  It’s Easter week and you know that you’re “supposed” to be rejoicing over Christ’s sacrifice on the cross and His miraculous resurrection. You’re “supposed” to feel all the emotions of Easter such as joy, peace, and happiness. But, if

If You’ve prayed,Let God Ease Your Worries!

For many people, their worries and anxieties can distort their perception of what is reality and what is not.  God doesn’t want you walking around worried and trying to figure things out on your own, this is why He offers

MayBe Where You Are is “Meant For You To Pause And Reflect”!

Popular wisdom discourages us from looking back in time. For example, the oft-cited quote from Bil Keane is, “Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.” I would argue that the

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