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7 Tips to Avoid Temptation

God does not promise that we will never be tempted, but that when we are, He will provide a way of escape. However, there are things that we can do as a Christian to avoid unnecessary temptation. Many times temptation can be completely avoided by following these simple tips. Pray In the model prayer that […]

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Waiting on the Lord

Many times in our journey following the Lord, we are called to wait – wait for directions, wait for counsel, wait for answered prayer. Since we have a difficult time waiting, too often we don’t wait for Him, and we get ourselves in a mess.   The prophet Island wrote to the believers of his […]

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Who Cares?

Have you ever felt as though no one love you… no one cared about you? David must have been in the depths of despair when he wrote: “No one cares for my soul”. While earthly friends may sometimes fail to care as they should. We can be sure that someone does care about us. “who […]

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Parenting a rebellious child

Rebellion is something many children go through, it is even natural for children to rebel a little as they grow and try to establish who they are and what they want. However, some children rebel much worse than others and the effects can be detrimental to the family dynamic. Some children are naturally strong willed. […]

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The First Fruit Offering

Opening Prayer: Oh Lord our God, the bible says you had been our dwelling place from generation past. Before the mountains were brought forth or ever thou have formed the earth, even from everlasting to everlasting, you are God. For this reason we give you thanks and praises, we honor your Holy name and we […]

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Why does God love us?

Question: “Why does God love us?” Answer: This short question is among the most profound questions ever asked. And no human would ever be able to answer it sufficiently. One thing is certain, however. God does not love us because we are lovable or because we deserve His love. If anything, the opposite is true. […]

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