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He Washed My Feet

  “You and I are going on a journey together, and neither one of us is coming back,” Michael said as I gazed back at him, utterly confused yet somewhat understanding at the same time. Then he started to wash my feet. I was bearing witness to the practice set forth by Jesus Christ when…

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Addiction Dehumanizes

We are in the grips of spiritual warfare. While God is our source of life and salvation, the enemy uses some of our God-given desires to pull us away from His sunlight. One of the paramount tools that is used in this fight against good is addiction. Often starting as a brief source of relief…

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Broken: But Not Beyond Repair

On my way to church yesterday morning I was stopped at a red light where a young man, about my age, was crossing with his Bible in hand.  It seemed to me that he was heading to a church service at a nearby Methodist or Presbyterian church, and I envisioned him to be answering a…

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The Happiness of Pursuit

Nearly 2,000 years ago a carpenter from Bethlehem sat in front of a large crowd of people on a mountainside and had a lot to say. He began his share by stating: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 5:3)

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