Prayer

Prayer

Matthew 6:10 is the second line of what is known as the Lord’s Prayer; “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven”. Dr. Mark Rutland has preached every year for thirty (30) years at the GA. Men’s Advance weekend retreat. In a sermon on the...

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Giving

Giving

There was an elderly lady that struggled to get on the stage at church to pay the keyboard. Her husband had passed away and I would watch her faithfulness  and effort each week. The Holy Spirit impressed upon my heart to give to her what I could in secret. While it...

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The spiritual lesson most difficult to learn

The spiritual lesson most difficult to learn

With varying degrees of complexity, difficulty and circumstances, life is full of lessons to be learned. Whether they were good or bad, my life experiences have been on display for others to learn from and likewise, I too have learned from the lives of others. This...

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When a child or spouse does not believe

When a child or spouse does not believe

Family life is all about having a special intrinsic value of unity and coherence, and all the more so in the case of married couples. When a man and woman decide to enter marriage, they should be prepared to live with one another and accept each other’s beauty and...

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Faith that struggles doesn’t have to be…

Faith that struggles doesn’t have to be…

Much is said and written about faith. To the one’s that appear strong in faith, it is often said that they are delusional in hope, while others without faith are captives of hopelessness. In the middle is where most people find themselves living wanting more hope...

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Note to Self

Note to Self

Today is a new day. Make it count through submission to Jesus. You know that you enjoy finding people of obedience, so do likewise. Habits are good, but they cannot listen, comfort is calming, but it doesn’t reach and focus of today has no vision, so be a person of...

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Do a new thing

Do a new thing

We all recall the famous Theologian, Obi Wan Kenobi saying “May the verse be with you” as he sends Luke into the mission battlefield. Please forgive my attempt for humor in mixing the bible and Star Wars; but there is some commonality between the two that one can...

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Unexpected happenings in life

Unexpected happenings in life

Life can seem like you have a seamstress designing your clothes while you live each day. You never have all the material you need to finish the garment, but you know you’ll be able to pick some up on your way. When all is well, you look and feel your best and when it...

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Life: A blessing that’s not in disguise

Life: A blessing that’s not in disguise

A “blessing in disguise” is a common expression we often hear. As far as laymen would think, these are unexpected blessings hidden behind seemingly normal provisions we get. Oftentimes we look for blessings in disguise and we tend to overlook one of God’s great...

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What A Wonderful Day

What A Wonderful Day

Writing about the beauty of love, life and the world can oftentimes bring me recall certain songs related to them. “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong came to my mind when opening up about the beauty of the world. The song was popular in the most unlikely time...

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