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He Made the Tree


God made the tree on which His Son hung. It was on that tree, which was formed into a rugged cross, that Jesus died for you and me. It’s overwhelming to think that God in His wonderful plan of salvation … Continue reading

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It Had to Be…


Agonized breaths jerked each muscle taut, draining his strength, shaking his body. Bloody and battered beyond recognition, his bruised body hung suspended between heaven and earth. Crucified as a criminal–hated and scorned–he still promised the thief beside him hope: “Today, … Continue reading

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Your Jewel Case


What if we are all characters in a story–the imagination of some higher power writing the plot of our lives? Could someone be orchestrating every move, every scene, or do we, as characters, really write our own story? If so, … Continue reading

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Assurance of Stability in Unstable Times


Habakkuk, the prophet of old, trembled at what was happening in his nation. Scripture says his lips quivered and his knees buckled at the calamity soon to come. Yet, he rejoiced in the fact that his God would keep him … Continue reading

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Believe And Worship God


Simple trust is so hard – but so necessary.  Sometimes, that’s the only thing left. Today, I choose to believe. Don’t stop trying, because your trying will be transfigured into accomplishment. Don’t stop believing God, because your believing will develop … Continue reading

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Is a “Look-See” Good Enough?


My Dad often used the term, “look-see.”  If something needed to be inspected, he had to go take a “look-see.”  As a child, I thought it was funny; it sounded as if he said the same thing twice. I didn’t … Continue reading

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The Fragrance of Springtime


Soon, my yard will smell like onions. Why, you ask? Because in this part of the country, wild chives grow everywhere. When we mow the grass with all the chives popping up here and there, fresh onion odor infuses the air. Not … Continue reading

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