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Job’s troubles lasted almost a year. In that year he lost his children, his money, and his health. That’s when he prayed, ‘Oh, that I knew where I might find Him.’ Notice, Job...
Paul writes, ‘Epaphras, who is…always labouring fervently for you in prayers.’ Sometimes praying for others feels like ‘labouring’. Once you understand and accept that...
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We don’t go to church, we are the church! If we met for worship in the parking lot, we’d still be the church! Consider Solomon’s temple. It was planned by David the father, built by...
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Righteous indignation is the capacity to get aroused when it matters. When you see people mistreated and don’t feel concerned, you’re either in denial or lacking compassion. God designed...
The words ‘Our Father’ remind us of God’s unconditional love. Ever looked into the eyes of a suffering child and wanted to make them well, but found you lacked the power? who...
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A report from the UK parliament says Facebook, Twitter and other social networking firms need to make their terms and conditions clearer.
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