Monthly Archives: April 2011

Are You Ready For The National Day Of Prayer?

(Psalms 91:2 NIV) I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” http://nationaldayofprayer.org/ This is the 60th annual observance of the national day of prayer.  Only 6.5 days to go! … Continue reading

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Confessionism Without Faith In God

I’ve heard it preached many times that we are to speak things into existence.  The example given is that the weak are told to say they’re strong.  The poor are supposed to say they are rich.  The blind are to … Continue reading

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No Matter What – Safe But Crazed!

Is it really safe practice in having such protection that you have to attack the item with a knife? Doesn’t that kind of distract from the whole safety goal once a knife has to be introduced into the picture?
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Rare Bible story

Thanks Tim for bringing this article to my attention.   I am from Oklahoma and have known about the Hobby Lobby business ever since I can remember.   I certainly have spent my share of “hobby allowance money” there.   In the past … Continue reading

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The World’s Largest Collection Of Rare Bibles

The owners of Hobby Lobby are now the proud owners of the largest collection of rare bibles in the world.  I found this article on Fox News.  It’s fascinating.  If you love God’s word, like they do, you might want … Continue reading

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The Signs of Easter

It was the mid 1980’s that Easter began to mean something real to me. The movie “The Ten Commandments” with Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner was made in 1956 when I was a year old. Watching it at that time … Continue reading

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Need assistance from pastors and/or Christian teachers

Hello-  I, and a co-author, are soon to be writing a book about the most influential persons in Christian history- and this starts with a survey we are conducting about who exactly are the top 20 persons who altered the … Continue reading

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Changing the World

I was listening to Joyce Meyer the other day and she talked about how she had written a book about love and that it was one of the least purchased books she’d ever offered.  She said that apparently everyone who … Continue reading

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Lessons I Learned from the Bears

Living in WNC was a wonderful experience. My parents own a vacation home located on a secluded mountain road. It was a haven for me and my daughter and a place of refuge. The scenery is magnificent; the mountains look … Continue reading

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No Matter What! – Easter Egg – Rotten Life

Weather can be a big deal.   I’m not talking about the enough talked about Global warming – I mean just weather in general.   Weather can halt an outside wedding.   Weather can give you free days out of school.    Weath er … Continue reading

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Jesus the teacher

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Planning for the Future

What I will or should be doing tomorrow, in a few days, or perhaps next week is something I think about almost every day. Sometimes, I even wonder what I’ll be doing five, or even ten years from now. I … Continue reading

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The Lost Ark of the Covenant- or, maybe not?

I consider myself to be both a dedicated and inquisitive Christian as well as a wanna-be history buff.   This makes me immensely interested in the story of the Ark of the Covenant, and where it might be still today- if … Continue reading

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Everything old is getting older still

When I was younger, it would embarrass me if I forgot something. Of course, I blame that on my parents and teachers who tried to pound into my little head that I needed to remember everything. Now that I am older, I do not have that burden.

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What is FAITH

Religion:  By Webster’s Dictionary A personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs, and practices What is the meaning of faith? I believe that the holy bible has the most perfect explanation of the word faith. It is in … Continue reading

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