Psalm 23

  Psalm 23 gives us a picture of the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ. He knows each of us by name. He keeps watch over us and protects us from dangerous predators. Our Shepherd leads his lambs to green pastures where streams of still waters await to quench and refresh thirsty souls. Jesus guides us down […]

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A Godly Perspective

  A person’s perspective is an attitude and viewpoint. It can be positive or negative. A positive perspective sees the good in even the most painful and darkest of circumstances. A negative perspective will eventually lead to a hard heart, a root of bitterness, and a stagnant spiritual walk. Perspective is an understanding that events, […]

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Is Money The Root Of All Evil?

Is it evil to have money? To answer this question, I will pose still another question. Can good come from having money? If you answered yes, we are in agreement. Wealth and riches can be used to bless others and glorify God. However, our motive and attitude toward money is something we should all take […]

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The Lost and Prodigals Are Never Beyond Hope

For God, nothing is impossible. So why do we struggle with worry and fear when adversity strikes, ? Our creator, the Creator of the Universe, has promised to be our refuge, our strength, and our help. “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1 (NKJV) With faith, we remember who is […]

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New Beginnings

How marvelous are the ways of God! What a merciful and gracious King we serve! Although we face challenges and tests every day, we still have a new beginning to look forward to at the end of each day. A new start begins with the sunrise. God is limitless in His love and mercy. He […]

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Announcing Jesus Christ

When the Virgin Mary gave birth to the Son of Man she named her child Jesus, as instructed by the angel Gabriel. Jesus is Yahushua, which means “Yah is Salvation.” Jesus came to save the lost. He is our salvation because we have been forgiven of all sin and our relationship with God has been restored, through His […]

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Naomi

  The story of Ruth begins with a famine in the land of Israel. Elimelech, a man from Bethlehem, moved his wife Naomi, and their two sons, to the country of Moab. Shortly after their arrival, Elimelech died. Naomi was left to raise her two sons in a foreign all alone. This fact gives us […]

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Our Identity Is In God

God created us in His own image. Human beings are easily identifiable since we share a common exterior, although eye, hair and skin color may differ. But when God designed us, He made each person unique. Even identical twins are not completely identical, as they do not share the same fingerprints. Each person has a […]

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God’s Point of View and Life in Proportion

When life is chaotic, painful, or full of uncertainty, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Exhaustion wears a person down, both physically and spiritually. And without time in the Word, depression is certain to knock on our door. It takes both physical and spiritual strength to weather a storm, and we require nourishment to persevere […]

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Should Christians Rebuke Satan?

Some Christians believe they not only have the authority to rebuke Satan, but that they should be rebuking him right and left. There is no biblical basis for such a belief. Unlike God, Satan is not omnipresent. He can only be in one place at one time. So, when believers find themselves under spiritual attack, […]

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