Category Archive: Encouragement

Jan 21 2017

Life Got You Down?

Mark Rutland, in his book Nevertheless, shows how the simple Word, “nevertheless” holds a key to victory in the difficulties of life. This short book contains some excellent devotions.

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Jan 02 2014

A New Year Blessing

                    Wishing you a wonderful year of growing closer to Jesus!

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Jun 24 2013

Why Do We Suffer?

Just run into His open arms, crawl up on His lap and let Him love you and heal you back into wholeness.

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Jan 27 2013

Experiencing Mercy in the Midst of Testings

Jeremiah suffered intensely. He was whipped, thrown in a dungeon. mocked, called a liar, and thrown into a deep muddy pit. He was accused of conspiring with the nation’s attackers, the Babylonians, as well. An angry mob almost killed him.

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Sep 04 2012

Let’s Press Toward the Mark!

Darrel Andrews

Sometimes we lose sight of where God wants to take us in life.  I’m not talking about a physical location, but a spiritual state in which we are tuned in to Him and are doing His will.  We can get so caught up in the issues of everyday life that we stop pressing on into …

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Aug 20 2012

The Battle for This Website

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Nightmarish thoughts of having to copy and paste every article on the site and start from scratch in building three years worth of posts all over again started playing in my mind.

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Jun 19 2012

Are There Benefits To Following God?

John Ratacak

The salvation that we enjoy in Christ is a finished work and offers us blessings
both now and forever! Yes, the world offers us bad news every day, but God’s Word
and salvation offer these great blessings and many others!

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May 12 2012

Christian Encouragement

Here are reasons for believers to ponder God’s goodness in providing such a wonderful salvation. God gives us richly “all things to enjoy” (I Timothy 6:17).

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