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Knowing the unknowable

Knowing the unknowable

I have read writers and heard speakers who suggest our ignorance of God’s ways are a source of amazement and worship. They usually do so by using the positive …

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Tomorrow belongs to God

Tomorrow belongs to God

I don’t think I have ever consulted a horoscope or crossed the threshold of a fortune-teller’s tent. As a teenager, the mere suggestion of tarot cards, or a Ouija board being …

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An extraordinary man

An extraordinary man

C.S. Lewis was born November 29, 1898, in Belfast, Ireland. His mother died when he was 9 years old, and his father never remarried. Between the death of his mother in …

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Revival in Africa!

Revival in Africa!

God is unquestionably on the move across the face of the earth, and it is something that we should get excited about. World Harvest and Jacob Ebersole are on a mission…

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Lord, do it again!

Lord, do it again!

God had just knocked down the city walls to give them the victory. And before the dust settled, they had given up on him. They had lost faith. They had watched a fortress …

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Look to Christ!

Look to Christ!

Crowds lined the streets, hoping to catch a glimpse of the olivewood casket as it made its way through the streets of south London. On top was a large pulpit Bible open …

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Worship together

Worship together

Not every Sunday is a mountaintop. Our hearts often feel sluggish when we come to worship. Distractions around us may abound. Shame over sin can make us feel like …

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A truly remarkable man

A truly remarkable man

George Müller built five large orphanages and cared for 10,024 orphans in his lifetime. When he started in 1834, there were 3,600 orphans accommodated in all of …

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End times speculation

End times speculation

Have you ever tried to figure out when Jesus is coming back? If you have, join the crowd because many people have attempted to figure this out over the years. This …

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