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Time for Joy

Time for Joy

Time for Joy Rejoice always. — 1 Thessalonians 5:16 If you’re waiting for everything in life to be perfect in order to begin rejoicing, then here’s a rather disappointing spoiler alert: life will never be all sunshine and roses; thorns and clouds will always make an appearance. Jesus said it this way, In this world

Jesus, I Need You… When I Feel Disappointment

This Mixed-up World Dear Jesus,
 I’m frustrated with this mixed-up world. Everything seems turned upside down. What You’ve declared to be evil and wrong is often considered to be right and good. There are even those who change Your Word so it fits what they want to do and who they want You to be.

Bible verses about strength | 12 Bible Scriptures on strength

Bible Verses about Strength: 12 Scriptures

Bible Verses about Strength Say the word strength, and immediately one thinks of diet plans, workout routines, and trips to the gym. The word reminds us of the workout clothes we bought last year, with good intentions, but never wore. To be physically strong and fit is a fine goal, but there is a greater

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Hope in the Suffering

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Zondervan Bibles has teamed up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. to create a special NIV Pink Study Bible available to aid those who have been diagnosed with cancer. Throughout our country people will be marching, raising money for research, wearing pink on the fields of play

When Everything is Chaotic: God Your Prince of Peace

It is wonderful to know that we don’t have to be perfect before God. But Christmas brings with it hectic schedules, tired loved ones, crowded malls, harried shoppers, and seasonal tasks that have absolutely nothing to do with Jesus’ birth. A million details, people, events, and even crises pull us in as many different directions.

Finding Hope in a Hopeless World

These three remain: faith, hope and love. — 1 Corinthians 13:13 Faith, hope, and love. According to the Bible these are three indispensable and eternally enduring commodities, ones we ultimately can’t live without. Love, said Jesus, is the driving principle behind God’s greatest commands. We must love God first, with everything we’ve got. And we

God Keeps His Heart Open

God’s Story God’s supremacy is on display in Elisha’s miracles. God fills a penniless widow’s borrowed jars with valuable oil. He knits a baby boy in the womb of a barren woman, and several years later He raises that same boy back to life. He purifies a poisonous pot of stew and heals a leprous

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