Category Archives: Faith and Practice

Maintaining a Vibrant Worship Lifestyle

Once we experience the actual presence of God, we will lose all interest in cheap Christianity with all its bells and whistles vainly trying to compete with the world. A. W. tozer Continue reading

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I Am Your Greatest Good!

What is our chosen portion?  What is our “If only…” dream? It is more than just that job you’ve been hoping for. It is more than a clean bill of health. It is more than finally getting that weekend away, or that cabin by the lake.  Our chosen portion, our greatest good, is God Himself.  Continue reading

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Believing in The God of Creation

May your faith in the Creator God bring you strength and comfort today.  Continue reading

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I don’t think that word means what you think it means…

Like that one voice in a choir that is just off the note, slightly out of tune, that it makes the spine tingle. Continue reading

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A Prayer for the new School Year

In all things, we pray, O God, that you would be glorified. Continue reading

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Blessed are they that mourn…

As I prepare for the funeral service for a dear sister in Christ, I thought I’d share from my reading from A.W. Pink’s “Comfort for Christians.” Mourning is hateful and irksome to poor human nature. From suffering and sadness our … Continue reading

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The Test of Love

A man born again, or regenerate, then, has a special love for all true disciples of Christ. Continue reading

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