Monthly Archives: March 2013

Resurrection Hope

If you’re like me, you may find it difficult to look at Easter from an unbiased vantage point. For me, having been a Christ-follower now for nearly forty years, I know all about the resurrection. It’s hard to conceive of … Continue reading

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The Proper Posture for Prayer

I came across this poem recently, and thought it was pretty profound. What do you think? “The proper way for man to pray,” said Deacon Lemuel Keyes; “the only proper attitude is down upon his knees.” “Nay, I should say … Continue reading

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Encouraging Words

Are you weary today? Could you use some encouragement? Here’s what the Word of God says: “The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” (Psalm 34:18) “A bruised reed he will not break, and a … Continue reading

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Like a Little Child…

In Mark 10, people were bringing young children to Jesus, but His disciples didn’t like that. They rebuked the people for their apparent lack of understanding. Jesus, on the other hand, quickly corrected the error. He welcomed the children and … Continue reading

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