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Thinking of Prayer as Jesus Taught

Pray without ceasing…  1 Thessalonians 5:17 Our thinking about prayer, whether right or wrong, is based on our own mental conception of it. The correct concept is to think of prayer as the breath in our lungs and the blood from our hearts. Our blood flows and our breathing continues … Read More

Why Did Jesus turn Water into Wine?

Tabletalk | by Doug Ponder “Jesus’ first miracle—turning water into wine at the wedding of Cana—is ripe with symbolic echoes of the great themes of Scripture. Why should we expect otherwise? Jesus is not the type to do anything haphazardly. Moreover, John the Apostle tells us that this miracle is … Read More

Is This True of Me?

By Oswald Chambers None of these things move me; nor do I count my life dear to myself…  Acts 20:24 It is easier to serve or work for God without a vision and without a call, because then you are not bothered by what He requires. Common sense, covered with a … Read More

Shouts from Calvary: The Triumph of the Cross

I’ve queued this video to the “Shout of Destruction,” but I encourage you to listen to the entire sermon if you have time. Pastor Gustavo Barros presents an important message about the significance of the shouts of Jesus from the Cross. Listen to more of Pastor Barros’ sermons at: graciouscross.org/sermons/

Creation Calls

MUST WATCH!! An inspiring reminder of the might and mercy of God!  Rom 1:20 Music by Brian Doerksen, beautifully set to video by Dan Thomas. Edited by permission. Enjoy! “We need to stop trying and start trusting.”–Adrian Rogers (1931-2005) Dan Thomas gave permission to edit, so thanks go out to him!

What A Waste! (Encore!)

I posted this article back in July when it was first written, but someone just sent it to me again today and I felt it bears repeating. Chuck really says it all and he says it very well here! By Chuck Baldwin | NewsWithViews.com | July 30, 2015 There is NO DOUBT … Read More

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