Lessons for Daily Life Application

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God Reveals

In one bible study, one young man wondered, “how do I get to know God’s will?”   At one  point in time, every Christian has wondered, pondered or asked ‘how do I get to know the will of God for my life.  Our search for doing God’s will is key as a Christian for the...

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A Tug with the flesh

“After His Sunday message, the Pastor of church in London got on a trolley Monday morning to go back to his study downtown.  He paid his fare and the trolley driver gave him too much change.  The Pastor sat down and fumbled the change and looked it over, counted it...

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Sweet Moments of Fellowship

Think about the way you feel when you go for a while without seeing or talking to someone you love such as a parent, child, spouse or a friend.  You long to connect with that person…hungering for a sweet time fellowship with them.   And that is the way it should be...

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A prayer

David said a prayer unto the Lord and I believe it was in a setting where he realized that he needed God to protect him from sin; and he prayed … “Set a guard over my mouth, Lord; keep watch over the door of my lips.  Do not let my heart be drawn to what is evil so...

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Jesus’s presence on the Journey

"Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence?” Psalm 139:7 by Gwen Ford Faulkenberry, Guidepost. Last summer my husband and I took our three kids to the beach for two weeks. My brother and his wife came and joined us for the second week,...

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Battles a necessity

Goliath did his best to intimidate the army of Israel, but David simply regarded him as the ‘uncircumcised Philistine’.  Battles were not new to David, for as a shepherd looking after his Father’s sheep on different occasions a lion and a bear attacked the sheep; and...

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Not Shaken before Ramses

Moses grew up as the foster brother of Ramses II the Prince of Egypt. As the adopted child of Pharaoh's daughter (Exodus 2:1-10) he was given the best education, training and preparation that Egypt could offer (Acts 7:22).   At the time, he must have thought Egypt to...

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Faith Pushes Fear Aside

By Keri Wyatt Kent, guidepost. What are you afraid of? In which specific situation you’re facing is Jesus telling you “do not be afraid”? While Jesus was still speaking, some people came from the house  of Jairus, the synagogue leader. ‘Your daughter is dead,’ they...

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In a Cave

David had been anointed by Prophet Samuel to take over King Saul as the next King of Israel. Thereafter, we read about his amazing victory over Goliath, the giant of Philistine; we take note of an incredible relationship with then the present-king’s son, Jonathan as...

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