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Add or Take Away From the Word
Revelation 22 warns judgment for anyone who adds to or takes away from the words of prophecy.
Adoption and Orphan Care
My interview with the leader of an active Orphan Care Ministry and mother of three adopted children, opened my eyes to the complexities and the seriousness of orphan care.
Advent - the Coming of Christ
Every year, about the first of December, brightly colored lights begin to appear in yards and on houses. Trees are lit, lamp posts are wrapped with ribbon, and wreaths are placed on doors. It is the celebration of Jesus.
After the Birth - Psalm 77:11-12
After the birth of Jesus, did the shepherds doubt what they'd seen? Are you tempted to doubt your life-changing experience? Memory verse Psalm 77:11-12.
Aggravation - Biblical Remedies
It seems that it's people that spark the most anger in me. With so many people and so many personality types, and so many people with their own problems, how am I to get along with everyone? How can I maintain a sweet godly attitude?
Alienation - Young Adult Book Review
This is book 2 of the C.H.A.O.S. Trilogy. It is an entertaining young adult sci-fi adventure.
All Things For Good
There are many promises in the Bible. Romans 8:28 promises all things work together for good. What does this popular memory verse mean?
Along Wooded Paths Book Review
This is the second in Tricia Goyer's Big Sky Series Amish fiction. It is well worth the read even if you haven't read the first in the series.
Amos, who´s name means "burden-bearer" in Hebrew, was a ´man of God,´ He was a prophet who didn't mince words when it came to speaking God's truth. His book is in the Old Testament of the Bible.
Solomon advises his children to listen to God's Wisdom in order to avoid the consequences of sin.
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