Monthly Archives: January 2013

A State of Grace

“He has pity on the weak and the needy, and saves the lives of the needy.” Psalm 72:13 Today’s message comes to you from the couch, courtesy of a steady supply of Cold and Sinus medication, and a strong cup … Continue reading

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Christianity without a Safety Net

What we need very badly these days is a company of Christians who are prepared to trust God as completely now as they know they must do at the last day. Health and wealth and friends and hiding places will all be swept away and we shall have only God. To the man of pseudo faith that is a terrifying thought, but to real faith it is one of the most comforting thoughts the heart can entertain. Continue reading

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Sheltered by Truth in a Storm of Lies

We must recognize that as long as we are dealing with broken and sinful people, we will deal with broken and sinful behavior. It is how we deal with it that matters. Continue reading

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An Attitude of Gratitude

Love that is not expressed is not really love. Gratitude that is never shared is not really gratitude. The more you express your appreciation and love for others and for God, the more that love and appreciation will grow. Continue reading

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A Prayer for the New Year

Give me a desire to show forth thy praise; testify thy love, advance thy kingdom. Continue reading

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