Category Archives: Faith and Practice

Do you feel rested, refreshed, renewed? Or do you always feel the crushing burden of the tyranny of the urgent? Continue reading

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Thoughts from the frozen tundra

It’s cold. If you put your computer close enough to your ear, you can probably hear the chattering of my teeth. It may sound like the clicking of my keyboard, but its really my teeth – I promise. Because of … Continue reading

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His Presence/My Strength

We do God more honor in believing what He has said about Himself and coming boldly to His throne of grace than by hiding in a self-conscious humility! A.W. Tozer Continue reading

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What does Christmas Mean?

Christmas either means more than is popularly supposed or it means nothing. We had better decide. – A.W. Tozer Continue reading

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The Evils of Division (part 1)

7 things Christians forfeit when we fight among ourselves. Continue reading

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If God is Sovereign, why Pray?

Ultimately, prayer, as in every means of grace, brings glory to God, the giver of all grace, even as it blesses the one who prays. Continue reading

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A Note for Thanksgiving

Let gratitude keep you from taking God’s gifts for granted, and from overindulging in His gifts. Continue reading

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