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    The Best Talent You Should Strive to Obtain

    Here’s a good question to ponder right this moment…Could we trust God fully if He wasn’t so faithful? As we read through God’s Word, we can see that He NEVER has failed — and that He has ALWAYS been faithful to His Word. And He ALWAYS will! David himself experienced God’s never-failing faithfulness… “The testimony of the Lord is sure” – Psalm 19:7 kjv“Thy testimonies are very sure” – Psalm 93:5 kjv(*Sure= Unfailing, infallible, faithful) Many of you have a diversity of gifts or talents in life. (Or, perhaps you may feel sort of like I do, in that I lack much in the talent department. Ha! ha!) But, I…

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    Stick Like Glue in Your Christian Faith

    There’s never been such a time in my own life where I’ve seen so much turmoil and conflict going on in our world. How about you? In truth, we are in a great spiritual warfare. Atheists say there is no God… If they can convince themselves and others to believe this lie, then they can feel free to live their life on their own terms. If there is no absolutes, then what God says is sin will not restrict their own lifestyle and choices. And ever wonder how some people can appear to have absolutely NO common sense? Without GOD, one lacks wisdom. A society who rejects GOD lacks wisdom…

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    Don’t Hide From God!

    Last week something caught my attention in II Chronicles 12 that I wanted to share with you today.  In verse 13, we are informed that King Rehoboam was forty-one years old when he began to reign, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem. As a king, Rehoboam had an important job to do. His name would certainly be noted in history, but sadly, we read that he did evil. “And he did evil, because he prepared not his heart to seek the LORD.”  – II Chronicles 12:14 KJV The word “BECAUSE” in verse 14 is teaching us a little mini lesson. Rehoboam failed to prepare his heart to seek the Lord…the consequences lead him…

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    Six Simple Bible Truths You Must Remember from the Book of Nehemiah

    I’ve currently been reading through the book of Nehemiah. Although this is certainly no thorough Bible study on the book, I do have SIX simple Bible truths to share with you from this book of the Bible… 1. It does not matter who you are, God can use YOU. Nehemiah was not a priest, nor a prophet. He was a simple layman, the Persian king’s cup-bearer, who became burdened by the affliction of the Jews, the broken down wall and burned gates of Jerusalem. “And it came to pass, when I heard these words, that I sat down and wept, and mourned certain days, and fasted, and prayed before the…

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    A Lesson Learned from Manasseh

    The Bible, God’s Holy Word, is truly a source from which we can glean lessons on a daily basis. I found some valuable truths while recently reading of Manasseh in II Chronicles 33 Starting with a little background… Manasseh was 12 years old when he began to reign in Jerusalem. He reigned a total of 55 years. (vs. 1) He was a king that did evil in the sight of the Lord. (vs. 2) Here’s a few truths to take away from II Chronicles 33… 1. When we do wrong, we also influence others to do wrong. God’s Word says, that “Manasseh made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to…