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Four Elements Needed For Repentance

Four Elements Needed For Repentance

In Russia and Slovak countries, when someone is converted, he doesn’t speak of being saved or even born again. He says, “I repented!” And that act of repentance has both a public and a private side. Publicly the individual has to acknowledge his sin and wrongdoing,...

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Our Words Can Cast Spells

Our Words Can Cast Spells

Words are powerful, and how we speak can change our lives and those around us. There’s a reason why we call it "spelling"—because words can cast SPELLS. We might as well cast the following good spells when speaking: LIFE: "Death and life are in the power of the...

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Would You Pass This Test?

Would You Pass This Test?

Many people say religion is something you believe. Jesus says it's something you live. In a small Bible college, a class on helping those in need explored the story Jesus told of the Good Samaritan. Samaritans were people of mixed race and part Jewish ancestry. The...

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Finding Strength in Adversity

Finding Strength in Adversity

If you had been falsely accused of a sex crime you didn't commit and had been thrown in prison with no real hope for release, and you could have three wishes, what would you ask for? I suspect you would ask for: 1) Your freedom, 2) Your identity as a person, as...

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How Can I Have More Faith?

How Can I Have More Faith?

“Is there a way to get more faith? I don’t seem to be able to get all the answers I need. I feel like I don’t have enough power. My Christian life seems weak.” Does that describe your life? Jesus often spoke of faith. One day the apostles said to Him, “Increase our...

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7 Keys to Raising Resilient Children

7 Keys to Raising Resilient Children

Raising resilient children in today's world involves a delicate balance of nurturing their emotional and spiritual depths while preparing them for the practical realities they will face. The following may be just what they need for life's inevitable challenges ahead:...

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Finding Strength in Times of Trouble

Finding Strength in Times of Trouble

When difficulties come, on what do you focus? Some look back. They are the ones who try to drive looking in the rearview mirror. Their thoughts are consumed with two questions which, like a broken record, play over and over again: “What if?” or “If only?”  “What if I...

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Relief from Your Burdens Found Here

Relief from Your Burdens Found Here

Life is not without its burdens. At 27, Margaret is already feeling the effects of carrying hers. Every other day Margaret, a mother of four, makes a 10-hour trek to collect water for her family, carrying a jerrycan on her back that weighs 44 pounds when filled....

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Take A Day Off and Rest!

Take A Day Off and Rest!

Everywhere I go, I interact with a lot of people who do not rest. This is especially true of pastors, church leaders, and workers. This principle comes from one of the Ten Commandments, but it is one of the most ignored. We are horrified by adultery, murder, lying,...

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