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25
Aug
2019

In the Moment of Crisis

by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

Are there events so horrifying that giving thanks seems foolish or impossible? Consider this scenario. Some friends told me of an extraordinary worship service in Uganda among Ugandan Christians. Though they had been living in the midst of real evil and suffering, including genocide...

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18
Aug
2019

Honor Everyone

by Rich Wilkerson, Sr.

Honor isn’t an idea I created. It is a key concept in Scripture. When asked what the Bible says about honor, most people think of the fifth commandment...

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11
Aug
2019

Don’t Take Offense

by Randy Robison

We live in an age of anger. Almost everyone is offended by something, and they wear it like a badge of honor. People are offended by politicians, traditional marriage, minimum wage, the national anthem...

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04
Aug
2019

Getting There

by Dr. Robert Jeffress

Several years ago, my wife, Amy, and I had the privilege of attending a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York honoring the delegates to the United Nations. Billy Graham, the keynote speaker...

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28
Jul
2019

Divine Armor

by Dr. Michael Brown

It’s clear that we can’t fight demonic powers, let alone Satan himself, in our own strength. The devil is incredibly crafty, devious, cunning, enticing, murderous, destructive, heartless, and ruthless—just to name a few of his negative attributes. As human beings, we cannot fathom how evil...

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21
Jul
2019

Keeping First Things First

by James L. Garlow and David Barton

The last mandate Jesus gave His followers while on earth is called the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) – to go and make disciples of all people. To “disciple” is to engage...

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14
Jul
2019

There Is Grace

by John Lindell

The thing I want you most want you to know is this: No matter who you are or where you come from; no matter what you've done or how many times you've done it...

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07
Jul
2019

The Lie of Yesterday

by Cavanaugh James

The Lie of Yesterday says because you messed up in X, Y, or Z yesterday, you are not able to experience the fullness of today. This lie will tell you things like, Well, you’re not fully sorry for what you did ...

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30
Jun
2019

America and the Narrow Road

by Betty Robison

Our choices in life determine our future. When we make wrong choices and everything falls apart, many people blame God for letting their lives crash and burn...

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23
Jun
2019

The Enemy of Contentment

by Robert Morris

Contentment has an enemy. It goes by the name comparison. Few things will dissolve your sense of contentment and gratitude faster than the habit of comparing your life and situation to those of others. It's a slippery slope...

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