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Christmas Eve Superstitions
The truth of the Savior's birth is magical and life changing. Yet people still construct their own beliefs about Christmas Eve.
Forget, for a while, everything that is tugging at you, that demands your attention. Just for now, since it is a season of love, meditate on Jesus, the source of love.
Chronological Bible Reading Plans
You may have read the entire bible or you may be in continuous bible study, studying different books of the bible or topics of interest. In the New Year, to gain a new perspective, try reading the Bible in chronological order.
Jealousy, that nasty emotion, begins almost as soon as we are old enough to notice pretty things. Lucy has a doll that is prettier than mine. I wish I had that one. Jealousy causes us to feel underprivileged. It alienates us from one another and distances us from God.
Cooking With Hot Flashes
This is a book guaranteed to make you laugh at aging. Read my review of the book by Martha Bolton.
This week's memory verse is from Ephesians 4. Am I paying attention to my words?
A covenant is formal agreement or contract between two parties. God makes covenants with His people.
Cravings Daily Devotional Review
Cravings is a daily devotional on the Psalms, written for busy mothers who crave time in God's word.
Crucifixion - Last Three Hours
The world changed on that day that Jesus was crucified. These are a few of the outward indications of the inward change for all believers.
Damaris and the Apostle Paul Work for Christ
This woman of the bible is named in one verse - Acts 17:34. This is the only place Damaris is mentioned. She lived in Athens and is remembered because she heard the Apostle Paul�s testimony and became a believer in Christ.
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