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Even When It is 4th and 20…

You have probably heard, or even used, one of these two phrases – “The glass is half full” or “The glass is half empty.” If the glass is filled to 50% capacity is it half empty or is it half full? That rhetorical question is often a litmus test of a person’s perspective on a certain situation or circumstance. What […]

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The Twistedness of Life’s Rhythms

Have you ever wondered where God is in those moments when your life seems to be crumbling under your feet? We praise God in the “good times,” but those “bad times,” we wonder where God was or why He allowed that “bad” thing to happen? Let’s turn to Scripture and see what it says. In Ecclesiastes 7:13-14 we read these […]

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Coffee With God

Do you regularly talk to God? Do you take time to listen to Him? Is God your always present partner or do you only run to Him when there are no other options? The main way we can have a conversation with God is though prayer. The Bible tells us that we should always be in an attitude of prayer […]

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Once Upon a Time

A story is told of a boy in a land far far away who was different than many of his friends and classmates. This boy talked with a speech impediment. For years he hid behind this impediment and strived to excel in other areas to hide this defect in his speech. He once told a friend, “If I can be […]

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Labor Day is…

As we get ready to celebrate Labor Day, do you know its history and meaning? According to the U.S. Department of Labor website (Click here to read more), “Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is the creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to […]

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Power of Waiting on God’s Perfect Timing

You want a late night snack and a bowl of cereal will fill that empty spot in your stomach. You pour your cereal into the bowl and then find out that the milk in the refrigerator has gone sour. So you jump in the car and drive to the 24-hour grocery store down the street. You run in and grab […]

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