Monthly Archives: January 2016

Good Advice for Your Nextdoor Neighbors

Scott Slayton shares some great advice on how Christians should go about their neighboring: Be a good neighbor to the people who physically live around you. Know their names, talk to them when you see them, and help out any … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Fight Distraction in Prayer

Have you ever struggled to focus in prayer? Do distractions seem to rise up when you bow down to pray? If so, you are not alone. If not, you are a liar. Because of our own fleshly weakness and Satan’s … Continue reading

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Help Wanted?

This last week I preached for my church. Before I dug back into my sermon preparation, I chose to read the day’s devotion from Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening. Feeling a great need of help from the Lord, I found … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

10 Bible Passages to Pray for Your Children. “God has made it abundantly clear in Scripture that he wants to bless our children and descendants. He’s given us many promises to give us faith to hope and pray for their salvation and well-being. … Continue reading

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You Are Christ’s

“You are Christ’s…” 1 Corinthians 3:23 Charles Spurgeon’s meditation on this verse is worth your pondering. You are his by donation, for the Father gave you to the Son; (you are) his by his bloody purchase, for he counted down … Continue reading

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God is (More Than) Love

God is so much more than love and that is why He is unique among the created gods of Man and amazing to those saved by His grace. God is amazing because He is so much more than love. B.B. … Continue reading

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The Most Important Lesson My Dad Taught Me

Ray Ortlund shares wisdom from his dad that we all need to hear: I think about my dad a lot.  I miss him so much it aches.  But the most important thing he taught me was this.  There is only … Continue reading

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