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Reliable News Sites
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 3:40pm

The below text comes from a good friend of mine and is an excellent resource for helping you sort through all the fake and questionable news running around the internet and through the main stream media. I can’t guarantee these will raise your I.Q., but you will be more informed from a co ... View More

 
The Lessons Of Poverty And Giving
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016 2:27pm

For those of you who've been on this little journey of the last year, I'm sure some of you remember the crazier moments when frustration, anger, a bit of impatience, and just this overwhelming desire to get out of debt, get out of this hole, this money pit, and this rolling financial disaste ... View More

 
Murphy's Laws for Auctions (humor)
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 8:29pm

Murphy's Laws for Auctions: 1.  Everyone's a tightwad until they get to the things you want, and then everyone's a millionaire. 2.  The items you came to the auction for are rarely the ones you leave with. 3.  The worse the weather, the more people show up.  The ... View More

 
A Dream And A Message
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016 11:01pm

Earlier tonight, feeling all worn out for the day, I decided to lay down and go to sleep early.  But as I was laying there, thinking about the day, my mind drifted off onto the subject of false teachers (don't ask me why it headed that way, save divine redirection) and I began to think abou ... View More

 
The Addictions We All Have. Yes, Every Last One Of Us.
Monday, October 31st, 2016 2:18pm

Have you ever wondered what it looks like when someone with an addiction "falls off the wagon" in a moment of weakness? For an alcoholic, you will find a bottle or two, upwards of a case of beer or liqueur in their place. Someone who is addicted to drugs, you might find a few joints or som ... View More

 
Two Different Views (A modern parable)
Sunday, September 25th, 2016 10:56pm

Russell looked out across the land before him and was dismayed at what he saw.  There was nothing but miles and miles of barren desert in every direction he looked.  He glanced up at the sky and covered his eyes as he stared at dusty brown, empty skies in the midst of which hung a scorchin ... View More

 
Quality of Prayer vs Quantity
Friday, July 15th, 2016 9:41pm

Thought for the day: I hear so many of you complaining or commenting about how dark it's getting in this world, and rightfully so, or even how much Satan is attacking you, how life is the pits, things are getting bad, etc. We all know that God uses trials to draw us closer to Him, and to loosen ... View More

 
Jesus and the Daydream
Friday, May 20th, 2016 9:28pm

Over the years, from time to time, I have spoken to a number of people who've told me of different ways in which the Lord has uniquely interacted with them at various points in their daily life. However, I never expected it to happen to me. At least not until I had one of them happen to myself. ... View More

 
Thought for the Day: Forgiveness
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 4:27pm

Thought for the day:  In the same way that true repentance is more than simply saying, "I repent of" or "I turn away from" this sin or that sin, but also involves an actual physical turning away and total abandonment of that sin, true forgiveness requires this two part effor ... View More

 
The Rapture Box Packing List
Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 2:37pm

One of the phenomenon that's been growing over the past few years is the idea of leaving behind what is called a "Rapture Box" or "Rapture Kit".  Originally the idea began in the late 80's and really picked up speed from about 1995 to 2001 during the initial years of ... View More

 


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