Continue in What You Have Learned

Photo by Ivan Samkov on Pexels.com "Indeed, persecution will afflict all who want to lead a godly life in Christ Jesus,  while wicked people and impostors will grow ever worse, deceiving others and being themselves deceived.  But as for you, stand by what you have learned and firmly believed, because you know from whom you have learned …

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Coping As Best As We Can

It has been over a month since we lost our dear son.  There are times when I feel fine and there are other times when I break down and sob uncontrollably because the pain is so deep.  It's deep, deep down and it hurts.  The void he has left in our lives is like a …

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Dinner for Two

She was in the children's section, looking at the different books of Nursery Rhymes when she heard someone call her name.  She looked around and her heart leapt when she saw Tyler.   She hadn't seen him since last week Saturday.  He walked around the people milling about there and came and stood beside her. …

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The Truth

"What are you doing?" she asked him, agitated.   "I am going to turn the pages for you," he said.   She was sitting at the piano about to play something while her aunt and her visitors were sitting in the drawing- room having tea.  "I can manage," she told him.   "Please, Helen.  I …

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Rejoice Always

Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice! (Philippians 4:5) Paul encouraged the Christians in Philippi to always rejoice in  the Lord.  He repeated this to show how important it is.  Paul wrote this letter while he was in a Roman prison awaiting trial.  He had reason to rejoice in the Lord.  His …

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