Category Archive: Just For You

Jan 23 2017

A Devotional Life

Basically a devotional life is one in which we spend time with God every day. This can be through worship, singing praises, prayer, Bible reading, meditating on a section of God’s Word, and spending quiet time listening for God to speak to us individually.

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Feb 20 2015

Bringing Your Children to Christ

Raising a child in the world today presents a variety of challenges and obstacles that make life challenging for Christian parents. One of those challenges is passing on your faith to your children. Their lives may be consumed with video games, youth sports, and the peer pressures that comes with going to school. But it …

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Dec 19 2014

When I Think of Christmas

Have you ever run into people who tell you that it’s wrong to have a Christmas tree or who criticize some other aspect of your Christmas celebration?

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Aug 28 2014

Why Do So Many Christians Home School Their Kids?

A home schooling parent can help children feel secure and not threatened. The example of a self sacrificing parent who loves to spend time with her children will help children understand how much God loves them.

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Sep 08 2013

Women’s Devotional: A Woman in Love, Part 2

Ask Jesus to write a love letter to you. Be quiet and listen as He gives you phrase by phrase His words of love.

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Sep 08 2013

Women’s Devotional: A Woman in Love

They did good works for Him; they were patient; they dealt with false teachers who came to them with discernment; they persevered when things were tough; and they worked for Jesus without becoming weary. He recognized what they were doing right, but He said that he had something against them: They had left their first love,

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Jun 16 2013

The Lord’s Prayer – Teaching Children How To Use It

How We Can Pray Like Jesus Taught Us To Pray

Start your prayer with words of praise and worship to God. An example is, “Lord, I worship You because you are so wonderful.”

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May 29 2013

Children’s Devotion: Scared Gideon Becomes a Hero

In the book of Judges we read that the Midianites, who were enemies of Israel, were raiding Israel.  They were stealing, and ruining their houses and land.  The people lived in fear, never knowing when the Midianites would strike. Gideon was so afraid of the Midianites that he hung out in a winepress to do …

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Oct 19 2012

Taste and See That the Lord is Good

George and Grace Payton

I made a chocolate pie just a few minutes ago, and made sure that all the pudding did not end in the pie crust…so I could have a taste!

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Apr 18 2012

Streams in the Desert for Today

Streams In The Desert

It takes time for God to paint a rose. It takes time for God to grow an oak. It takes time for God to make bread from wheat fields. He takes the earth. He pulverizes. He softens. He enriches. He wets with showers and dews. He warms with life. He gives the blade, the stock, the amber grain, and then at last the bread for the hungry.

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