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We Will Rescue | Matt Wheeler
"We Will Rescue" from Matt Wheeler's new album 'We Will Rescue.' Find out more at http://mattwheelermusic.com.»
Blog Entry | Young Adults >
I worry because I forget. Instead of allowing God to breathe life into my internal monologues, I allow fear to dominate. When fear festers, a cycle begins: fear » feeling of losing control » trying to control the future » inability to completely control or predict the future » greater fear » trying even harder to gain control over the outcomes » This cycle of fear keeps me from living in the moment. I dwell on the past – past regrets, pas»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
This week we will be looking at the next 3 parts of Session 4 , Exodus and Redemption, God’s Covenant with Moses, and Sacrifice and Atonement. Adding to the agony of slavery, Pharaoh commanded that all male Hebrew babies were to be drowned in the Nile River. It is at this seemingly hopeless time that we meet Moses. By his mother’s cunning and God’s provision, Moses survived this slaughter. At this vulnerable moment at the beginning of his l»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
“Then your light will break out like the dawn,     and you will be healed quickly.” It’s a dark, sick and broken world we live in.  You don’t have to look very hard to see how bad it is. War.  Famine.  Rape. Abuse. Broken families.  Broken hearts. HIV/AIDS.  Malaria.  Cancer. We all experience it in one way or another but there is hope. Oh Great Light in whom there is no darkness, break into this night and shine like the dawn. *»
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“Sin will take you farther than you want to go, keep you longer than you want to stay, and cost you more than you want to pay.” It’s hard to read these words without feeling the stinging truth of its reality.  We struggle and wrestle over sin and find ourselves asking how far we can go without sinning, but I want to direct your attention to a different question.  One that is overlooked or perhaps dismissed all together.  We know that we»
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We were dead.  Our bodies were sitting at the bottom of the ocean. That is a picture of who we were before God came to save us. God dove into the waters, swam to the bottom, grabbed hold of us and then carried us ashore. He breathed into our lungs and brought us back to life. He didn’t ask for my permission. He saw that I was dead and He breathed life into me. He brought me out from death to life. But God, being rich in mercy, because of the g»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
One of my true brothers in Christ pointed out to me today how often we ask for strength. We offer prayer requests for strength and wisdom, strength and endurance, strength to stand firm in our faith, the strength of patienceall of these absolutely necessary and vital to existing in a harsh world that offers no solace from temptation and attack.  YesI need prayer warriors out there to pray for me that I would have strength, courage, wisdom, firmn»
Blog Entry | Outreach >
God put it on our hearts to bless another ministry by raising some funds as an offering and to make people aware of what they do.»
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Mary Connealy encourages readers to get Fired Up about upcoming webcastAuthor to host a live web event on October 8 in celebration of her latest releaseBest-selling author Mary Connealy will be hosting a webcast on October 8 at 8:00 PM EDT, where she will be introducing readers to her latest release, Fired Up (Bethany House Publishers / September 15, 2013 / ISBN 978-07642-0915-4 / $14.99). Described as a rollicking Wild West adventure and romance»
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No matter what happens to us in life, we always have choices. Always. Sometimes we don’t like hearing that. Why? Because it makes us responsible, requires us to be accountable, and often, it’s much easier to just blame someone or something else than it is to admit that somewhere along the way we made a wrong decision. Some people may think this is harsh, and they should—it is. But more often than not the truth isn’t soft and pretty and re»