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Until we get to heaven, we may never know how many people our financial support has reached in other lands. But, just think how we’ll rejoice when all those we’ve helped come and thank us! Then, it will be worth it all. [ read more... ]
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When we think of salt, we think of adding flavor to our food. For most of us, salt is just a way of enhancing our food to please our taste buds..
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We all know today that the only hope for this troubled world is that they might come into a relationship with the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. He is the answer for the world’s problems. He is the only one who can heal them. This world needs to see Jesus! [ read more... ]
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Many times we pray without sincerity and we might as well not even pray because our motive is vain and wrong. The name of the Lord is holy let us not be seen before God using it just to use it, or like the Pharisees, praying just to pray or be seen. When you pray you do not have to chant or repeat repetitious words but speak to your Father with sincerity and honesty without fear but with all respect. [ read more... ]