Walking Wounded

By Jacqui Julyan My dear children, you know me and I know you, your salvation is secure in Me. My Father is your father and I know the trials that are before you, I know the trials behind you and those difficulties you now face. I am with you. I know your broken …

Jesus’ Miracles, Signs of Divine Powers?

By Rob Vandeweghe “This, the first of his miraculous signs, Jesus performed at Cana in Galilee. He thus revealed his glory, and his disciples put their faith in Him” (John 2:11). Anyone who does not believe in God finds the concept of a miracle, any event that contradicts and even suspends the laws of nature, [...]

Death Defied

By Angela M. Baker-Bridge From afar, now round your bed Reminiscing of days gone by Each remembering a different tale Buried deep in heart and head Faced with frailty instead of power We know not who you are Only who you used to be Before this painful hour We laugh, cry, in silence wait Whispering [...]

RECOVERY FOR STROKE VICTIMS a prayerful plan essay

By Richard L. Provencher On August 26, 1999 and without warning, my life changed dramatically. A stroke seemed to move like a dragon, raced across the sky and attacked me, rendering me mute and comatose for approximately 45 minutes. Two hospitals later, I was diagnosed as having a possible leaking aneurysm. My recovery plan brought [...]

BACK THEN… re: a stroke attack essay

By Richard L. Provencher Tuesday, August 24, 1999, 9 PM was a day, which would be embedded in my life forever. Approximately two weeks before, I was a proud and stalwart person. At that time I paddled around Lake Mattatall, north of Truro, Nova Scotia for seven straight hours. Canoeing was one of my favorite [...]

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