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Walking Daily at My Gates

May 1 Read Genesis 1:26-31 What a joy it is to be a part of a Christian family where husband, wife, and children live together in the Lord. A home filled with harmony and peace is a home where Christ is the center. So many homes today are broken by sin, quarreling, and separation. An […]

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The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved

In the Gospel that bears his name John refers to himself at least five times as “the disciple whom Jesus loved.” Some think that Jesus chose His disciples from those whom He regarded as good kingdom mate­rial. Was that why He chose John? Did John’s ap­pealing nature draw him to Jesus? Is there some natural […]

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That Amazingly Beautiful Rainbow

Clouds pile up on the horizon, billowing high. The sun slips behind and it grows darker. The birds are silent, the air is thick, the silence disrupted only by the deep rumbling of thunder in the distance. Lightning jabs at the earth as the low band of boiling black clouds advance steadily forward, enveloping everything […]

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My Lord

The Lord God is my Shepherd, He meets my every need. He leads me to still waters, In green pastures He makes me feed.   He knows about my sorrow, He even knows my pain. He stands by through all my trials, He’s with me in sunshine and in rain.   He’s my friend and […]

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Mother’s Day

Why do you honor Mom today?  Because she gave you birth,  Because she fed and clothed you, Does that comprise her worth? Your Heavenly Father chose her  To fill this special place, That you might be instructed  In His ways and by His grace. Her labors are not easy, Her griefs, oft hard to bear, […]

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Man or God?

The following story was written by 11-year-old Ashley Ferguson of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She hopes that the story might help other children cope with their day to day problems, and we hope it will too. Thanks for sending it in, Ashley! In the story, Alex and Christine learn what they should not find enjoyment in, […]

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Christian Fathers

One of the goals of Christian fathers is to rear their children to the point of maturity, when he no longer is the controlling and ruling factor in their lives, but they control and rule their own lives through their own new man and the grace of God. In the book titled The Family by […]

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Don’t Blame Me

Excuses! Excuses certainly permeate our society. Everyone wants to blame someone or something else. Daily we hear: “Don’t blame me!” “I couldn’t help it!” “It’s not my fault!” “I can’t help it that I’m this way!” “I wasn’t the only one who did it!” Is our society really that bad? Indeed, it is. Look, for […]

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Charles Finney, 1792-1875

1858 was the year of revivals. In that year alone, 50,000 converts were made. Charles Finney was the originator of and chief instrument in the reviv­als which swept like wild fire through the state of New York and which also reached Philadelphia and Boston. He was involved in revival preaching from 1824-1860. His efforts were […]

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