He Leadeth Me

All men need God’s leadership. Without it, men are doomed: “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” (Proverbs 14:12). “O Lord, I know that the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that walketh to...

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Why We Remember

John F. Kennedy once stated, “The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it.” This statement is true for the United States from the “shot heard ‘round the world” near Old North Bridge at Concord, Massachusetts, the modern weapons of war that threaten soldiers serving in...

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We Are Being Watched

“Do you ever feel like you are being watched?” The question has been asked in countless novels & Hollywood productions (usually by a character who is about to be the victim of an attempted attack). Call it paranoia; call it premonition; call it perception; whatever you call it, most are...

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The Spirit of Fear

Fear, it can be an incredible motivator or a compelling deterrent. But should Christians let it be the dominating factor in their decision-making? The Bible encourages us to have “godly fear”. Remember the words of Joshua when he encouraged the children of Israel, “Now, therefore, fear the LORD, and serve...

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Showing Up

Why did God, in His infinite wisdom, command us to gather when we worship? Surely it would be easier to stay home and praise God who resides on another plane of being. It would even be safer with all the disease and death that plagues this world instead of congregating...

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Can We Be Christians Without Love?

Have you ever met someone who said they were a Christian and was just mean and nasty? The Bible spares no words when covering the topic of love. In fact, to understand our role as Christians we must understand the one whose name we wear – Christ. How important is...

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The Lawsuit Over A Penny

In 1973, the price of copper was starting to increase dramatically. To cut costs, there was a proposal sent to Congress to produce aluminum pennies instead of copper. The Mint made about 1.6 million of these pennies and brought them to Congress for approval. They were rejected. So, all the...

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