Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pray Like You Were Dying

             There was a point early on in developing this ministry that I worried about trying to come up with articles of varying topics indefinitely without one day running out of ideas.  The thought didn’t necessarily consume me, per se, … Continue reading

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Eliminating Needless Conflicts

                In all of literature there are three variations of plots which center on conflicts, for any and all storylines.  One of them is known as man vs. environment, which could manifest itself in one person’s struggle against causes, values, … Continue reading

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Seeking Restoration? Turn the Calendar!

            The one thing I absolutely appreciate about the Jewish people is how they are so steeped in traditions, rituals, and rites.  This is seen regardless of whether or not you’re talking about religious Jews, secular Jews, or cultural Jews.  … Continue reading

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Families Bringing Prophecies to Pass

           Because we are living in the End Times, we should look at two of the Bible prophecies regarding the end times that have a direct impact on families.  The two texts are Second Timothy 3:1-4 and Second Timothy 4:3-4.  … Continue reading

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