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Posted byon October 12th, 2014 | 4 responses
Bugs love it and humans hate it. It’s the pungent odor of the Rafflesia flower, a plant that can weigh more than 15 pounds and measure more than 3 feet across! This botanical beast smells like decaying flesh or rotting... read more »
more grace . . .
Posted byon October 10th, 2014 | one response
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you choose Q: will God forgive me if i keep on sinning?
Posted byon October 9th, 2014 | no responses
Q: Does God continue to forgive if we keep on sinning in the same way again and again? I’m not able to overcome a specific temptation and find myself circling through forgiveness and sin again and again. Will God... read more »
Posted byon October 7th, 2014 | 3 responses
In December 2011, USA Today ran an article that analyzed a group of Americans called the “spiritually apathetic.” Their attitude could be summed up as: “So what?” The article presented the following sad... read more »
because Christ suffered . . .
Posted byon October 2nd, 2014 | 2 responses
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widows and children
Posted byon September 30th, 2014 | 5 responses
Widows were the epitome of the destitute and desperate in ancient Jewish society. In his gospel, Luke often wrote of widows and their journeys of faith: the prophetess Anna who saw the newborn Messiah (Luke 2:36-38); the... read more »
may i say something?
Posted byon September 29th, 2014 | 3 responses
Elihu was upset. As he listened to the conversation between a suffering man and three of his friends, he became more and more angry (Job 32:2-3). “Job, you are being punished for your sins!” “No, I’m innocent. God is... read more »
Posted byon September 27th, 2014 | 14 responses
As the story goes, a man was hiking alone when he slipped and fell down a steep cliff. In desperation, he grabbed a tree limb and began shouting for help. Finally, he heard a booming voice answer, “Yes, I’m here.” The... read more »
after bad decisions
Posted byon September 25th, 2014 | 20 responses
I have a soft spot for the apostle Peter, partly because we share the same name and partly because we’re both prone to making dumb decisions. In Luke 22, we find a prelude to one of Peter’s greatest missteps—the denial... read more »
sin and grace
Posted byon September 24th, 2014 | no responses
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