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The Bible calls Him God the Father. We are called His children and are encouraged to appproach Him unreservedly, expecting good things. Our earthly fathers are meant to be a reflection of our Father in Heaven.
Zacchaeus and His Divine Appointment
Zacchaeus was destined for a profound life change as the result of an unexpected meeting with Jesus.
Psalm 1 - Two Life Paths
It is fitting that the first psalm in the Book of Psalms speaks of the two paths. Anyone who wants to study the book and receive its inspiration and wisdom must first decide which path he will take.
Book Review More Beauty Less Beast
Author Debora M. Coty uses humor along with biblical wisdom to inspire women to become the person that God intends them to be.
Christian Holidays - May Through August
You may not have heard of these Christian celebrations. Some churches observe these special days and others do not. This does not make one church better than another. Knowing about these festivals increases knowledge and communication between denominations.
Surprised by Abundant Blessing
Sometimes we Christians don't expect God to take care of us at all times. Disasters yes, but in the little things?
Worship God and Him Only
Is worshipping Jesus Christ breaking the first commandment?
Baroness book review
This is the second in the Daughters of Fortune series by Susan May Warren. I loved the first - Heiress - and highly recommend Baroness.
Defined by Humility
It seems that many Christians tend to be self-absorbed and to bear a strong resemblance to non-believers. Humility, gentleness and patience were lacking in the Ephesians and are still lacking in many Christians today.
Cravings Daily Devotional Review
Cravings is a daily devotional on the Psalms, written for busy mothers who crave time in God's word.
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