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Reality Check – God Allows

Who do you pray for? Do you have a written list like I do or can you just remember everyone off the top of your head? I have two lists,…

Song Review: So Many Questions by Andrus, Blackwood and Co.

By Auke Bijlsma God loves to talk to little boys while they’re fishing. That’s what a song says.  I don’t know if that is true, because I never could muster…

Pike’s Point

Be sure to look back to the earlier devotional to catch up if you are a new addition. Seeing the crowds, he went up on the mountain, and when he…

We Hurt Too

All of us hurt and as Christians, we know we all must suffer because Jesus said so. In John 16:33, He said, (my paraphase) “In this world you will have tribulation,…

The Oneness of God and Us: Part 2C Being Unified Within Ourselves

  LEARNING TO FORGIVE OURSELVES Of all the things we need to know to be unified as one within ourselves, this topic we will look at today keeps people divided…

A Pastor’s Ponderings

Psalms 133:1 says: “How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.” (KJV) The National Quartet Convention (NQC): when many people from different places, countries,…

The Browders: God Is Opening Doors

The Browders’ name is everywhere in Southern Gospel news these days. “Praise You in This Valley”, the family’s latest single, was January’s number-one new radio release by deejays as reported…

The Oneness of God and Us, Part 2B

 Being Unified Within Ourselves Last month we discussed the importance of making sure our daily actions coincide with our own internal values\belief system to keep us at one with ourselves…

The Oneness of God and Us-Part 2A

Being Unified Within Ourselves Last month we touched briefly on the oneness of God and the divine truth that as our Creator, Redeemer and Friend that he is both totally…

Reality Check: I Beg Your Pardon, I Didn’t Promise That…

There is nothing quite like the soft patter of a gentle summer rain. I looked out of the window and saw that the rain was heavy on the roses, which…