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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.
Father, I am thankful for food
Most of us, if not at every meal, offer words of thanksgiving when all the family is gathered for a holiday meal. Besides being thankful for the loved ones gathered there, what is on your list of God-given blessings?
Fatherhood in the Bible - Eli
Eli was a respected father figure in Israel, but was he respected at home?
Fathers in the Bible - Quiz
The significant men in the Bible were not perfect heroes. They were like us, trying to please God and often falling short.
Fear - what the Bible Says
Irrational fear is debilitating and controls lives. What does the Bible say about fear?
Fear of the Gospel
How difficult is it to believe in life after death? As Christians, we insist that we believe that Jesus conquered death. How often to we shout it out?
Fear, Faith, and a Fistful of Chocolate Review
Debora Coty's book, Fear, Faith, and a Fistful of Chocolate, discusses common fears and fears that you may not have recognized. She uses humor, godly wisdom and practical application to flesh out and extinguish each fear.
February Devotion - God is Love
February is the month devoted love. We start seeing cupids and hearts in the stores and in advertising. Valentines become available in January for sending to loved ones in February. This is a good month to think about what real love is.
Fields of the Fatherless book review
Fields of the Fatherless is historical fiction, based on actual events. It is an accurate presentation of the events of a brutal battle as seen through the eyes of those caught in its midst.
Fifteen Minutes With Jesus
Let’s begin this Christmas season by becoming quiet. We will dedicate the first fifteen minutes of everyday to the Lord, Who’s birth we celebrate.
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