Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Irony of it All

                  I’m thankful that when God wants to teach us something, He can use any means to bring that lesson down to us.  Sometimes, as in my case, the lessons come from the most unlikely of sources.  Such was … Continue reading

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Prayer Without Fainting

          The story of the widow who comes to a judge seeking him to avenge her is one that I have always thought about studying, but never had, until now.  I’m glad I decided to give in to the urging … Continue reading

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The World According to the Bible…Really?

          At the Spirit of Revival men’s conference in Massachusetts I heard one of the most basic concepts put forth in a sermon.  But this sermon, though basic in theology, was by far one of the most convicting sermons I’ve … Continue reading

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