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God’s Promises

11/26/2014

God says, “Give thanks at all times.” (1 Thes 5:18)  Yes, even when the day is dark and dreary, even when we are sad, discouraged, and suffering; for, our God is faithful and has promised to be with us. I really like the following prayer for it reminds us why we can give thanks at […]

Prayers To God

11/26/2016

From the book, Letters to God, written by children. Listen for some wisdom about how to communicate with God.  Listen to the children: Dear God, I know you are supposed to love your neighbor, but if Mark keeps taking my other skate, he’s going to get it.  Kevin Dear God, I am sending you a […]

We Do Not Know

11/06/2014

What about those who die with no faith? You might say, “My husband never prayed.  My grandpa never worshiped.  My mother never opened a Bible, much less her heart.  What about the one who never believed?  What about those who die with no faith? I personally like Max Lucado’s response, “How do we know that […]

Lament For Parents Of Children With Handicaps

08/28/2015

Oh, my Lord, what now? How can we take care of her? Of him? What of the other children? Of us? My tears are like rain, soaking me. My grief is like acid, eating me. Why did it happen to her, to him? to us? How will we help her? Help him? How can we pay […]

God With Skin

07/13/2014

“Comfort, comfort my people,” says your God.  Isaiah 40:1 Who do you know today who is suffering?  Perhaps you know someone who is in an unhappy marriage, or a fellow church member who has a chronic illness and needs a ray of hope.  Or, do you know a neighbor who is lonely, or a co-worker […]

Does God Exist?

05/13/2016

A man was having his hair cut and his beard trimmed. As the barber began to work, they began to have a good conversation.  They eventually touched on the subject of God, the barber said: ‘I don’t believe that God exists.’ ‘Why do you say that?’  asked the customer. ‘Well, you just have to go […]

We Do Not Know

07/16/2014

What about those who die with no faith? You might say, “My husband never prayed.  My grandpa never worshiped.  My mother never opened a Bible, much less her heart.  What about the one who never believed?  What about those who die with no faith? I personally like Max Lucado’s response, “How do we know that […]