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A Passage to Ponder: Psalm 34

Norma Jean and I recently watched the Alex Kendrick movie, “War Room.” It’s a faith-based movie about an aged widow, Miss Clara, who challenges her realtor, Elizabeth Jordan, regarding her lukewarm relationship with God and her anemic prayer-life

In the opening scenes Miss Clara says, “We fight for power. We fight for riches. We fight for rights. We fight for freedom. There always seems to be something to fight about. Continue reading

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Glorifying God in the Good or Bad

Nick Foles, the Jacksonville Jaguar quarterback, returned to the starting lineup two weeks ago, after being sidelined since he injured his shoulder in the opening week of the season.

It’s been a tough season for Foles who won a Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles and signed a four-year contract with the Jags in May.

When asked about dealing with the injury Foles said that it has made him a better person. Taught him to have joy even during a difficult situation. And helped him grow in his faith. Continue reading

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Great Verses of the Bible: 2Corinthians 3:2

Four preachers were discussing the merits of various translations of the Bible.

One preferred the New American Standard version because he believed it was more literal and comes nearer to the original Hebrew and Greek.

The second preacher favored the New King James Version since it was updated from the King James he grew up with and retained the beauty of the language.

The third preacher thought the English Standard Version was the better choice for modern readers.

When the fourth preacher was asked his opinion, he replied, “I like my mother’s translation best.” Continue reading

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