Monthly Archives: June 2018

Joy in Trials?

Saturday, June 30                         James 1:2-3 “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your … Continue reading

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Pleasing God

Friday, June 29                                    We’re living in a fast paced world.  We’re also living in a dark world.  Despite all the attempts to reform … Continue reading

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A Brazilian Gem

Thursday, June 28                     We like to commemorate important events of the past.  All Americans will remember what happened July 4, 1976.  You might or might not remember when Columbus discovered America … Continue reading

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Everybody’s Doing It

  Wednesday, June 27                 Why is it that when someone treats me unfairly, I get upset and defensive, but when I treat someone else unfairly, it’s not a big deal?  I’m not … Continue reading

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On Being Wronged

Tuesday, June 26                           “Tell no one when you are wronged; tell everyone when you are blessed.”  It’s counter productive tell anyone about being wronged.  What’s the purpose … Continue reading

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Heaven’s Appeal

Monday, June 25                         You’ve probably heard about “The Power of Positive Thinking.”  It was written by Norman Vincent Peale about a century ago.  He was a liberal preacher … Continue reading

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Sunday, June 24                               The Inheritance The New Testament has a lot to say about the blessings that come by being heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ.  Here’s a list of some of them.  Let me remind you that … Continue reading

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