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Does Heaven Really Exist

Does Heaven Really Exist?

Does Heaven Really Exist?

Does the Bible say very much about Heaven? Jesus mentions Heaven about seventy times in the book of Matthew alone. It appears from the very first verse in Genesis—”In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth”—to the last reference found at the end of Revelation—”[He] showed me the great city . . .

Building Family Ties with Faith Love and Laughter

Which Way from Here?

Remember Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, when Alice came upon the Cheshire Cat sitting in the crook of a tree? “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the cat.  “I don’t much care where—” said Alice. “Then

Get Outdoors and Stress Less

Get Outdoors

“God writes the Gospel, not in the Bible alone, but on the trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.” — Author Unknown The great outdoors provides more thank just beautiful scenery and a wealth of raw materials. Its true riches have been known for centuries. When we get outdoors, we can draw on these

True Wisdom quote by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Climb the Right Mountain

  “Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this.” —Psalm 37:5 In 1988, Jim Hayhurst Sr., a forty-seven-year-old former Procter & Gamble professional and advertising executive, became the oldest member of the Canadian Expedition to reach the summit of the tallest peak on earth, Mount Everest. Jim’s book, The

Reliance on Me

Although self-sufficiency is acclaimed in the world, reliance on Me produces abundant living in My kingdom. Dear Jesus, Walking to the world’s tempo is tempting at times. The desire to blend in can be both subtle and powerful. Self-sufficiency is certainly promoted in the world, sometimes to the point of self-deification. Though I don’t really

1 Corinthians13 His Love Never Fails

Love that Lasts Forever

Love never fails. — 1 Corinthians 13:8 (NIV) “Love,” Paul says, “never fails.” The verb Paul uses for the word fail is used elsewhere to describe the demise of a flower as it falls to the ground, withers, and decays. It carries the meaning of death and abolishment. God’s love, says the apostle, will never fall

When Jesus redeems your life it is changed forever

Today I Will Walk Humbly and Gratefully with You, My Lord

When Jesus redeems your life, it is changed forever. Now understand something about that truth that I haven’t always known: a life redeemed by God doesn’t necessarily mean that all your external circumstances change, but because the risen Christ is present with you and in you, your life is full of purpose and hope. Yes,

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