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24
Apr
2022

Live By Conviction

by Tim Tebow

First Peter 5:6-7 tells us, “Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, so that He may exalt you at the proper time, having cast all your anxiety on Him, because He cares about you.” The context around “casting our cares” in this passage is humility. Notice what Peter said...

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17
Apr
2022

Because He Lives

by James Robison

This weekend millions of people around the world will acknowledge and many will celebrate the historical fact that Christ arose from the grave. I am grateful for every occasion that reminds people in any way of God’s love freely shared through...

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10
Apr
2022

To experience peace, we must learn to live by faith in the promises and character of God. No one lives by having faith in explanations. All of the heroes of the Scriptures lived by faith in the promises of God. Faith is taking God at his Word, not asking him...

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03
Apr
2022

Who’s Got Your Back?

by Shawn Johnson

When I was eight years old, my family and I lived out in the country, so I rode the bus to and from school every day. When I was in third grade, our bus driver gave us assigned seats, forcing me to sit next to a teenage boy who...

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27
Mar
2022

Shame Off You

by Chris Brown

Jesus is walking (I love that Jesus did multiple things at one time. He was heading somewhere, he was usually teaching as he went, and he often embraced the opportunity to heal along the way. He was the ultimate maximizer.) As he is walking with his best friends, they see a blind man, and Jesus decides to heal this man in a very unconventional way. “After saying this, he spit...

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20
Mar
2022

A.W Tozer once said, “If God takes away everything I have, I will love Him anyway. I will praise Him even if He slays me. We have to overcome, because the overcomer will be able to stand on that terrible day.” Our posture toward God should be one of continual praise regardless...

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13
Mar
2022

Grace For Today

by Penny Maxwell

Forgiveness needs to be exercised and managed. What does this look like? It doesn’t mean forgiving in advance for the next twenty years. That’s impossible. Believe me; I’ve tried it. Rather...

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06
Mar
2022

Not Guilty

by Max Lucado

The woman stands in the center of the circle. Those men around her are religious leaders. Pharisees, they are called. Self-appointed custodians of conduct. And the other man...

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27
Feb
2022

The other day, as I loaded the washing machine, I looked out the window and saw an animal behind my house. I thought it was a fox. I grabbed a pair of World War II army surplus binoculars from the shelf and...

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20
Feb
2022

A Family Is Waiting for You

by Jennie Allen

One of my favorite things about God is that He can meet our needs as a loving, caring, intimate parent in a way no earthly parent can. Whether you feel like an orphan and are craving to be “set in a family” or you have a healthy family but you still feel lonely, God has built...

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