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20
Sep
2020

Mask Off

by Levi Lusko

You’re out in public and you catch a glimpse of yourself. Maybe when you see your reflection gliding by a shop window or in the rearview mirror, or when you check your teeth for spinach after lunch. Today, squint a little harder. Is the you you’re showing...

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13
Sep
2020

A Future and a Hope

by Susie Larson

We often picture this beautiful passage on a greeting card or inspirational wall art. But Jeremiah prophesied this word to a people in captivity. He told them to plant gardens, have babies, and build homes. They were captives...

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06
Sep
2020

The Other Side of the Dip

by Shaun Nepstad

A guy in the Bible named Joseph had a dip. A thirteen-year dip. He had dreamed that his brothers would bow down to him. They hated him before he blabbed his dream, and now they hated him...

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30
Aug
2020

When Christian Leaders Fall

by James Robison

I have known Jerry Falwell Jr. since he was a young boy. His dad and I were close. I helped raise the funds to buy the mountain where Liberty University is now located. We stood together for...

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23
Aug
2020

Own the Call

by Banning Liebscher

If you are a believer in Jesus, you have a call of God on your life. This call has two dimensions—identity and mission. You are first called to be somebody—to fully identify...

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16
Aug
2020

Help! I’m Afraid!

by Dr. Jack Graham

I’m told that there are more than 365 “fear-nots” in the Bible – at least one for every day of the year, so that tells me God knows that we are all going to experience, fear, anxiety, and worry at some time in our lives. And the Bible is filled...

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09
Aug
2020

A Love Like No Other

by Tom Gilson

We sing at churches of Jesus’ matchless love, and rightly so, but do we understand how differently he loves? For example: does he ever show my sign that he...

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02
Aug
2020

The Illusion of Invulnerability

by Dr. David Jeremiah

Most of us live under the illusion of invulnerability, particularly when we’re young—particularly, too, I think, when we’re male. Men enjoy the illusion of controlling their own destiny. We determine...

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26
Jul
2020

Explain Yourself

with Ravi Zacharias

Apologetics has two prongs to it. It is not merely giving an answer to questions but it is making truth clear. That's a very critical point. We have to understand with clarity not only why we believe, but what...

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19
Jul
2020

A New Beginning

by Clayton King

It was late May in Jerusalem and it was hot, especially where we were standing at 4:00 p.m. on old Mount Zion. The streets were filled with people, both inside the walls of the old city and outside...

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