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Forgiving God

Forgiving God

Getting hurt by people is hard. Getting hurt by what God allows can feel unbearable. While I might phrase my disillusionment as a question of why or how, when I lay my head on my tear-soaked pillow, questions can turn into bitter feelings. I probably wouldn’t want to raise my hand at Bible study and

What Is the Importance of Truth?

Truth Removes What Hinders Love My mom once shared her faith with a lady outside a grocery store. As they were putting their groceries into their neighboring cars, my mom told the woman, “Jesus loves you.” The woman said, “Thank you so much. So many people have told me that lately.” My mom felt called

Our Savior’s Prayers

I have prayed for you. – Luke 22:32 From the Pen of Charles Spurgeon: What an encouragement to know of our Redeemer’s never-ceasing intercession for us! When we pray, He pleads our case, and even when we are not praying, He is advocating our cause and through His supplications He shields us from unseen dangers.

This Is Love

His Love Never Fails

Mary had been there. She had heard the leaders clamor for Jesus’ blood. She had witnessed the Roman whip rip the skin off His back. She had winced as the thorns sliced His brow and wept at the weight of the cross. In the Louvre there is a painting of the scene of the cross. In the painting the stars

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