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Receiving God’s Blessings

March 5, 2014 by

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  There are many of preachers talking about receiving God’s blessings these days. They’re usually packing the house of some mega church, people pouring into the aisles and pews to find out if it is so. It is the new add word to get people to go to church. We are promised all sorts of […]

Who Are the Millennials

February 6, 2012 by

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Welcome to the Millennial Generation. The most educated and technologically advanced generation ever to exist on earth.  We are more ethnically and racially diverse that anyone before use.  Most of (75%) of us have created a profile on a social networking site. Sadly only 25% of us are religious, because we are not looking for […]

Staying Close to God

January 20, 2012 by

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We have all gone through periods in our Christian life where we felt a distance between us and God. In our world today we are so consumed with preoccupation it is almost impossible for us to sit still, much less to be able to still our minds enough for prayer. There is one thing that […]

A Search for Happiness

January 13, 2012 by

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The three things all of us search for are inner peace, happiness and joy. The more knowledge that we acquire, the less common sense we seem to have.  The more financial security we gain,  the more insecure we become. We have the world at our fingertips to enjoy, yet we are less satisfied and content […]

Our Relationships With Each Other

January 7, 2012 by

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I have a fairly interesting story. My Mom was raised in an orphanage and my Dad grew up during the depression. Both are extremely conservative and I was drilled daily to be independent and to never trust anyone. I lived in a large travel trailer the first six years of my life and we moved […]

It’s All About the Change

January 7, 2012 by

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The word in the Bible that describes this change is “Repentance”.  True repentance is feeling sorry for the sins we have committed against God.  It is the turning away from those sins and turning toward God. It is not  a fear of the consequences of sin or the fear of God. True repentance in the […]