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Thought for the Day – What Do You Do?


He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day. John 12:48 (KJV) What does one do when the Scriptures say … Continue reading

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The Family Bible


Old Brother Higgins built a shelf for the family bible to rest itself lest a sticky finger or grimy thumb might injure the delicate pages some. He cautioned his children to touch it not and it rested there with never … Continue reading

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Reading the Word of God


This was written by Pastor Mike Walls – I hope this is a blessing to you. Our spiritual walk revolves around reading the Word of God! Nehemiah 8:3-4 Introduction: Before getting into the message, a little background is needed. These … Continue reading

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How Serious is Your Faith?


Is your faith based on religious beliefs or on a real relationship with God? Is God just God to you or is He your Heavenly Father – your Abba Daddy? As you read today’s Psalm, does it mean something to … Continue reading

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Rejoicing in God’s Word…


Where do you stand as it relates to God? As a catholic, can you say that you can read your Bible and walk away with the same spiritual satisfaction as David did? You can, you know. Read these precious verses … Continue reading

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What are the Traditions of Men?


The catholic church and its leaders will be accountable to God for much. Most of catholic beliefs stem from the traditions of men – but they call it sacred tradition. There is nothing sacred about contradicting what God has said … Continue reading

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The Anvil of God’s Word


The Anvil of God’s Word Last eve I paused beside a blacksmith’s door, And heard the anvil ring the vesper chime; Then, looking in, I saw upon the floor Old hammers, worn with beating years of time. “How many anvils … Continue reading

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