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27
Dec
2020

Kiss The Wave

by Mark Batterson

On the day Sir William Osler delivered his address at Yale University, Wilder Penfield was sitting in the audience as a student. What inspiration he took from Osler’s speech is unknown, but Penfield would discover just how difficult it is to bury...

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20
Dec
2020

Every Good Gift

by James and Betty Robison

Jesus is the most perfect gift – the greatest gift – we celebrate during the Christmas season and Christmas Day. A child was born, wrapped in swaddling clothes, and laid in a manger. This precious gift from the Father...

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13
Dec
2020

When God Is Hard To See

by Stacy Henagan

Not long ago we received a phone call one evening. A friend’s son had committed suicide. Just a few weeks later, another phone call came, this time at four o’clock in the morning. A friend in our church had died...

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06
Dec
2020

In all my years of travelling, I’ve often asked my audience’s what their definition of faithfulness is. The common responses I’ve received have been...

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29
Nov
2020

Chase The Favor

by Sam Collier

Recently, I interviewed the three Kendrick brothers—masterminds behind movies such as Fireproof, Facing the Giants, War Room, and, most recently, Overcomer. They have been tearing it up in their field...

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22
Nov
2020

A Grateful Heart

by James Robison

In this time of uncertainty, it’s more important than ever to remember the goodness of our Lord. Whether we stay apart because of COVID or cautiously gather together, let’s remember...

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15
Nov
2020

Seeing Beauty Instead of Pain

by Lysa TerKeurst

My aunt grew roses for years. She’s the one I lived with for almost a year when I was in middle school and my family was falling apart. I remember her telling me...

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08
Nov
2020

The Priority of Loving People

by Dr. David Jeremiah

Jesus said, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Mark 12:31). Within the same priority of love there’s a second application. We’re to love our neighbors—and we have 7.7 billion of them! We can’t know or personally care for each of them...

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01
Nov
2020

Safety In Numbers

by Daniel Kolenda

When contemplating the armor of God listed in Ephesians 6 on one occasion, it suddenly occurred to me that all of the protection it provided faced forward. It seemed that armor provided no protection for its wearer’s back. This seemed strange to me since a sword in the back will kill you as quickly as a sword in the front. As I usually do whenever I don't understand something in Scripture...

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25
Oct
2020

Ask For What You Need

by Lisa Bevere

As long as your heart is set on pilgrimage, don’t be afraid to tell your feet to just keep walking. It is easier for God to turn you when you are moving than when you freeze. Dare to take a step. Or in the words of Henrietta Mears...

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