Not Easily Provoked

I've begun a biblical study on love. Why love? Well, if we're being honest, I haven't been acting very loving lately. When my husband and I were first married he told me when I became angry, it was from zero to 60 in mere seconds. He was right. I would become so angry, the level …

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Faith Amid The Unknown

I had this idea that faith was living in the unknown. Don’t know what direction to take or how you are going to navigate a difficult season? Well, walk out into the unknown and believe God will show up and do something miraculous – that’s faith right? Living in the unknown? That is what I …

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OK, so he was swaddled, what’s the big deal?

Why was it significant for the shepherds to know that the new born baby would be swaddled and lying in a manger where the animals were kept? These were not just any shepherds, these were Levitical shepherds, they were raising sacrificial lambs, these lambs would be sacrificed at the temple. Tradition tells us when a …

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Rescue Restoration Covenant, a follow up to Family Covenant

Contributed by Evangelist Joel Torres of J Torres Ministries Click here to visit Joel's blog site I felt compelled by the Spirit of God to write a follow up to Family Covenant which posted August 12, 2019. In that blog I discussed the power behind marriage and family, a biblical perspective on the sacred institution …

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The Top 3 Things You Should Be Praying Over Your Pastor:

Recently my Pastor and his family had a very serious prayer request, from the pulpit the pastoral staff called the entire church to prayer. Updates from the pulpit and on social media were given regularly. "Team" shirts with a scripture the family was holding onto were worn by the staff at every service. It was …

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