Greater than a Friend

By Okwudili Umeweni “Do not hold on to me,” Jesus told her, “because I have not yet gone back up to the Father. But go to my brothers and tell them that I am returning to him who is my Father and their father, my God and their God.” (John 20:17 TEV).” A friend as [...]

FEAR Good Fear, Bad Fear Is There Really a Good Fear

FEAR Good Fear, Bad Fear Is There Really a Good Fear By Marijo Phelps A fellow writer recently posted a piece about an armed robber going into a store with a gun drawn and encountering the owner of the store and a customer. The owner boldly told him, “In the name of Jesus, I command [...]

Humanoholics Anonymous

By Jim Barringer I wrote recently about the philosophy of the movie “Fight Club” – the main character discovers that material possessions don’t bring happiness or meaning in life, embarks on a journey to find significance, and fails because he’s looking in all the wrong places. Last night I was watching the movie again, to [...]

He is My Sunny Day

By Kathleen Angell Some time ago, I had been going through really difficult times mentally. Most of my life my emotions had been low, and this particular year had seen many difficulties, and I was in a particular low, a darker time than I had known in many, many years, if ever. Both in situations, [...]

The Content of Received Prayer, and the Bible

By Robin Calamaio Personal sin must be removed if God is to “hear” our prayers. “Your iniquities have made a separation between you and your God … so that He does not hear” (Isa 59:2). The only way our sin problem can be resolved – is by the blood of Christ (See, “The Foundation …

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