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Stop Asking, Start Declaring

Stop Asking, Start Declaring

Ezekiel once stood before a valley of dry bones. Without question, it was a situation that appeared hopeless and Ezekiel knew it. But when God asked him, “Can these bones live?”, he was at least wise enough not to speak negatively about the situation. “You know Lord”, he replied. With these simple words Ezekiel acknowledged […]

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The Secret of Multiplication

The Secret of Multiplication

Once during a time of famine, a widow and her son were on the verge of starvation (1 Kings 17). In fact, they only had enough food left for one last meal. After that, it was death for certain. Take a moment to imagine how desperate this woman’s situation was and how passionately she must […]

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There Is A Seed In Every Harvest

There Is A Seed In Every Harvest

At one time, Jesus was hungry and came across a fig tree. It was fully grown and flourishing, with healthy green leaves. As a result it was expected to have produced some fruit to meet Jesus’ need. But he found none on it. In response, he took one look at the tree and declared, ‘no […]

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You’ve Already Got It!

You’ve Already Got It!

Have you ever wished you had more faith when faced with an overwhelming challenge?  Many Christians have. But did you know that every born again believer has been given a measure of faith? It would have been impossible to be born again otherwise! (See Romans 12:3; Luke 17:5-6; Ephesians 2:8) As a Christian, there is no need to […]

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Sin Is No Longer A Factor

Sin Is No Longer A Factor

Jesus once came across a man that was born blind. “Rabbi,” his disciples asked him, “why was this man born blind? Was it because of his own sins or his parents’ sins?” (John 9:2 NLT) As with human nature, the disciples were more preoccupied with the cause of the situation than with the hardship it had imposed on […]

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How To Form Habits That Last

How To Form Habits That Last

Despite your best efforts, do you sometimes find yourself doing things you’d rather not do? Or do you struggle to do the things you know you should do? You’re not alone! Even the great Apostle Paul exclaimed “…I want to do what is right, but I can’t. I want to do what is good, but I don’t. […]

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