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Trusting the Father

Trusting the Father Day 23 — September 13, 2018 By Guy Suttle I had an upcoming medical test coming up and I was scared of what the results might be… I was praying and reading the Gospel of John. The Gospel of John has a calming effect on me. I had been reading here for […]

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Free Gift

Free Gift Day 22 — September 12, 2018 By Rebecca Sisk Let’s be honest. We have all probably jumped through a hoop or two at some point to get a free gift. Early in our marriage I made my husband sit through a two-hour time-share sales pitch in Gatlinburg to get two free tickets to […]

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Just Say YES

Just Say YES Day 21 — September 11, 2018 By Doug Sharp When Norma and I were asked to start a Young Married Class at First Baptist Church in Rockville, MD, we gave the usual excuses and reasons why someone else should do this.  Such as, “we don’t know anybody“,  “we have never worked with […]

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A Simple Swap

A Simple Swap Day 20 — September 10, 2018 By Tom Young Since I retired, one of the interests I’ve rekindled is bee keeping.  Every time I’m messing with my bees, or observing their activities in and around the hive, I’m reminded of the amazing job our God did when he created the universe.  Think […]

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My Calling

My Calling Day 19 — September 9, 2018 By Missy Smith After accepting Christ as my Lord and Savior at a young age, I realized that God gives each of us the ability to do things that we simply would be unable to do without His help. One of those things for me is teaching […]

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Forgiveness

Forgiveness Day 18 — September 8, 2018 By Jennifer Parker The story of my path to forgiveness is long and full of sadness, heartache, hurt, pain, betrayal, confusion, and some may even say tragic. (I’ll spare you the details) How would I go on? How would I survive? How could I face each day? These […]

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For Such a Time as This

For Such a Time as This Day 17– September 7, 2018 By Jim McSwain In Esther 4:14, Mordecai, the cousin of Esther, tells her that as Queen to King Ahasuerus she has an opportunity to provide deliverance to the Jewish nation from destruction and annihilation.  Mordecai plants the idea and challenges her to consider that, […]

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Fix Your Eyes

Fix Your Eyes Day 16– September 6, 2018 By Jill Parker In October 2017 my world turned upside down when my husband and I separated after 18 years of marriage. This was not what I wanted. Not what I had planned. But despite my plans, the separation occurred, and divorce now looms. How could this […]

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Who’s the Juggler?

Who’s the Juggler? Day 15– September 5, 2018 By Bob Bass I used to be a pretty good juggler. There was really only one trick I wanted to do but never quite accomplished– that was to juggle five balls, throw all five at least once and catch all five. There are two hard parts to […]

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The Starving Artist

The Starving Artist Day 14– September 4, 2018 By Lauren Wortman Did you know that I am quite a talented artist? It’s true. Using nothing but a regular pencil and my own fingers I can create portraits that actually seem animated. When I was 16 I drew a picture of my younger sister as an […]

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