Monthly Archives: July 2008

“Who went about doing good.”


“Who went about doing good.” – Acts 10:38 Charles Spurgeon Few words, but yet an exquisite miniature of the Lord Jesus Christ. There are not many touches, but they are the strokes of a master’s pencil. Of the Saviour and … Continue reading

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WHEN THE DARKNESS HITS


WHEN THE DARKNESS HITSby Charles R. Swindoll Read 1 Kings 19:1–9 Why did Elijah fear Jezebel’s intimidating threats? Why did he run away from his longstanding priority of serving God and hide in fear under the shadow of that solitary … Continue reading

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Trying Too Hard to be Perfect?


Trying Too Hard to be Perfect? Sandy Coughlin   Do you struggle with things having to be “just right”? One of my callings in life is to reach others through the gift of hospitality, and I can’t tell you how … Continue reading

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Today’s Thoughts: So That You May Believe


Today’s Reading:  Psalm 20-22; Acts 21:1-17 Today’s Thoughts:  So That You May Believe When Jesus heard that, He said, "This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the Son of God may be glorified through … Continue reading

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Modernity, Madness, and Morals


Modernity, Madness, and Morals Albert Mohler July 15, 2008 Why do you do what is right, rather than what is wrong? That is hardly a new question. It troubled the minds of the ancients. Some felt that humans are naturally … Continue reading

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Suffering Afflictions and Going the Second Mile


Suffering Afflictions and Going the Second Mile By oswald Chambers     I tell you not to resist an evil person. But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also —Matthew 5:39 This verse reveals … Continue reading

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Painful Experiences are Part of the Plan


Painful Experiences are Part of the Plan Kenny Luck I think the greatest weakness God’s man can have is being unaware of weaknesses. Let me ask you: What is the most expensive mistake you have ever made? I’m not talking … Continue reading

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