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Is there a better way to begin a new year than by taking account of the time you have been given—past, present, and future—and meditating on how you use it as a child of God? Within the incomprehensible vastness of eternity, God formed a creature called time. Have you ever stopped to meditate upon that? […]

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Irresistible

I don’t have much time. No, I did not just receive a fatal diagnosis. I simply don’t have much time to keep your attention. According to Microsoft Canada, the average human attention span is only eight seconds (28). I would have a better chance writing to goldfish (attention span: nine seconds). Unfortunately, we do not […]

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God, the Creator of Time

“A fickle-minded man, whose thoughts were all astray because of his conception of time past, might wonder why you, who are God almighty, Creator of all, Sustainer of all, and Maker of heaven and earth, should have been idle and allowed countless ages to elapse before you finally undertook the vast work of creation. My […]

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How Shall We Look Back?

Then Samuel took a stone, and set it between Mizpeh and Shen, and called the name of it, Ebenezer, saying, Hitherto hath the Lord helped us.” – 1 Samuel 7:12 Whether it is the Vietnam War memorial in Washington DC, or the memorial of the Civil War in Arlington, VA, or even that of tombstones […]

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A Foundation for our Future

We all possess a sinful nature that drives us to gratify all of our desires immediately. Our sinful natures ask us, “Yea, hath God said?” just as the serpent asked Eve in the Garden (Gen. 3:1). As we pose this question to ourselves, we seek to elevate ourselves over God by presuming the right to […]

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Using Our Time for the Glory of God

“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” (I Cor. 10:31) Whatsoever we do? Really? Including eating and drinking? What about after a hard day’s work helping my parents, surely a few hours in the evening I can just please myself? The inspired Apostle teaches us, […]

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The Clock

Stephan moved the hands of the clock back. No one would notice a few minutes off. Besides, he’d move the hands ahead again later. “Stephan, you’re late!” Mother scolded as she entered the house. “I said if you were late once more—“ “But Mom,” Stephan interrupted, “I’m not late.” Stephan’s mother looked at the clock, […]

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The Sand in Your Hourglass

Another year’s worth of sand has poured through the neck of the cosmic hourglass. Very little is left. How many grains are left, only God knows. When God created the heavens and the earth, He filled it with just enough to accomplish His purpose with the earth. When the last grain drops, Christ will return […]

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It’s Time

Throughout life we live asking For each and every thing. For me the hardest part was waiting For everything plus what was in between. For so long I had wanted To find someone and fall in love, I even reached a certain point When I became impatient with God’s plan from up above. I wanted […]

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