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Letter Writing and Paul’s Final Days

Letter Writing and Paul’s Final Days

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose. — Romans 8:28 Does anyone write letters anymore? I’m not talking about business memos or quick notes on Post-its, but personal, handwritten letters to someone you care about. In this

Transformation: The Reluctant Journey

Everyone faces a reluctant journey: A wounded vet looks at the pain-filled path toward uncertain healing. A young schoolteacher discovers the terrors of the first year. A retiree faces uncertain years in an uncertain era. A college graduate examines the hardships of finding work. An angry son knows he should make amends with his parents.

Max Lucado

A Heart Like Jesus

What if, for one day, Jesus were to become you? What if, for twenty-four hours, Jesus wakes up in your bed, walks in your shoes, lives in your house, assumes your schedule? Your boss becomes His boss, your mother becomes His mother, your pains become His pains? With one exception, nothing about your life changes. Your health doesn’t change. Your

Is God Getting His Share?

Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus. — Philippians 2:5 We Christians are not to be conformed to this world in the way we think. The world by its advertisements, its conversation, and its philosophy is engaged in a gigantic brainwashing. Not always consciously but sometimes unconsciously, the Christian is beset by secular and worldly propaganda,

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