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Accepting God’s Will

My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will (Matt. 26:39). Read: Matthew 26:36-46 After weeks of serious illness, tests, and hospitalization, the doctors still were baffled at what was wrong with …

God Hears You Immediately

There are times when it would be of great comfort to know that God hears your prayers.  This is especially true during a time of sickness when you are crying out to Him for healing.  You can be assured that He does hear your prayers …

Sword of the Spirit

The Sword of the Spirit . . .   For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the …

When God Allows Pain

Have you ever poured liquid into a container just to have it run out again? To your dismay there was a crack in the container. It wouldn’t have mattered how much you poured in because it would have assuredly drained out again. You had a …

A Wedding Miracle

His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.” (John 2:5) Read: John 2:1-11 The guests were seated in the sanctuary at my niece’s wedding, but her parents paced the lobby. Where is the caterer? they wondered. Finally, the caterer rushed in with …

Faith that Can’t Be Shaken, Part 2

[Editor’s Note: If you missed yesterday’s post, read the first part of Amy Watter’s testimony at Faith that Can’t Be Shaken, Part 1.] God saved my Daddy. He spent the next three years recovering, undergoing radiation, chemotherapy, proton therapy, and in general living his life. …

Faith that Can’t be Shaken, Part 1

Who are your heroes? I want you to think for a moment about someone in your life whom you admire for their spiritual strength. Think of someone you know who has been through hardship or tragedy and yet you’ve been impressed by their steadfast faith …

Winds of Change

Have you noticed the winds of change? Politics, economics, sexual orientation, parenting, religion…everywhere you turn there’s something new and, often disturbing, to learn about. Things are a-changing. When I was a young teen, parents raised their kids; they didn’t expect schools to raise their kids. …