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One Nation Under God

When the Mayflower first touched America’s shore, the Pilgrims first—before coming ashore—gathered below deck to compose The Mayflower Compact. It began, “In the name of God, amen.” In it they stated their purpose for coming ...

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How To Win The War With Worry

Do you ever worry? We all do, but we ought not. Worry is not just a weakness; it’s a wickedness. Three times in the Sermon on the Mount, our Lord says “Take no thought,” which actually means “take no anxious worry.” To each worrier He ...

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Unwrapping Your Spiritual Gift

An elderly nurse, a member of Charles Spurgeon’s congregation, was living in the poor house, and the great Spurgeon went to visit her. He saw a framed certificate on her wall that she had received when a wealthy man she had cared for died. ...

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God's Grace In The Workplace

So many people wake up in the morning, take a shower, scald their throat with a cup of coffee because they're running a little late, fight traffic, and get to work. Then, they come home, take a couple of aspirin, watch the evening news, per...

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National Repentance

Often I wonder, will oceans of tears and rivers of blood be the price this nation pays for flaunting its rebellion in the eyes of a righteous, holy God?Our only hope is in repentance. “If My people, which are called by My name, shall humble...

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How To Find Happiness In A World Of "I Wants"

We know deep down that all goodness is with God and that we can’t take the things of this world with us to the next. But this world is so intrusive—television, music, magazines, the corporate ladder, our social circles. Everything stee...

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Jesus, the Friend of Sinners

Perhaps you think you’ve sinned too much — that there is no hope for you. But Jesus has always reached out to sinners. In Luke 15:1-2, the Pharisees were questioning Him about this. Then, Jesus answered them with a three-part parable descri...

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The Forgotten Word

The word repentance has been neglected in many of today’s churches. But while it may have dropped out of some pulpits, it has not dropped out of the Word of God. In fact, the Bible has a lot to say about repentance. The Mandate f...

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It's Decision that Determines Destiny

The first chapter of the book of Ruth is about choices. We are all the sum total of our decisions, and I want you to contemplate the decisions you make. And as you think, there are three things I want you to consider....

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