Focus of Prayer

Focus of Prayer By Paul George Matthew 6:9 Most people focus on prayer only in response or reference to how it works; prayer for us has become a means to an end and that end is usually a selfish one. Prayer is some sort of a last ditch effort, it is kind of like a [...]

Praise – Our Weaponry

Praise – Our Weaponry By Pam Vernon ‘The life that counts must hopeful be, In darkest night make melody, Must wait the dawn on bended knee- This is the life that counts..’ 1 Darkest night? Melody? Could God be serious? I reached for the concordance to check this strange link – darkness and melody? Somewhere [...]

Where Do You See Yourself Today Walking or Needing Some Help

By Marijo Phelps Touching the hem of His garment Some days we vary in strength and our walk. Like walking or hiking for exercise, some days we can go 6 miles and be ready for more. There are then those days when the wind blows, its icy fingers tearing past zippered coats straight into your [...]

Unchanging Love

By Mike Mattice Prior to their disobedience, Adam and Eve enjoyed daily intimacy with God. He literally walked and talked with them in the beautiful home He’d made for them. They knew Him as a faithful companion. He was a loving Father, teaching them all about the world He’d created just for His …

Exodus 19: Before the Ten Commandments

By Jim Barringer Exodus 19 is a very interesting but often overlooked chapter. Maybe that’s inevitable, with the way it’s nestled right before one of the most-read and most-quoted chapters in the whole Old Testament, Exodus 20, which contains the Ten Commandments. Yet I don’t think that those Ten can be properly understood without …

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