Monthly Archives: September 2012

Open My Eyes

Through the developmental stages faith undergoes, we feed first upon the pure spiritual milk, as described by Paul, only progressing to solid foods when we grow. As I have matured as a Christian, I have “eaten” my daily chapter of … Continue reading

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Unmerited Grace

 Save me, O LORD, my God! Surround me with Your mercy. Surely I have sinned, and You have saved. Sinful though I am, You are sure to cleanse. Absolve me, O LORD, my God! A pardoned sinner though I am, Atoning … Continue reading

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“I Love You in Words Only”

Often, today’s society prefers to ignore many controversial truths, instead of openly addressing them. Sadly, some modern churches follow this trend on important issues. Whether these churches promote a salvation based on a flicker of emotion or factual knowledge without … Continue reading

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“T’was Lost, But Now am Found”

Sunshine fell dazzlingly bright above the lawn. Little Gracie sat, kicking the edge of her toe into the green turf of her backyard. Heat stifled the air, sending a dry, thick taste to her mouth. Grace stared longingly across the lawn … Continue reading

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What Do the Scriptures Say?

When faced with difficult questions regarding their faith, some Christians, who do not have a solid foundation in God’s Word, cannot answer definitively, and they begin to inquire into the truth of their beliefs. Satan loves to tempt people away … Continue reading

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The End of Folly

Oh folly –folly, folly –where will you end? How oft does folly lead the sheep astray? Too oft, too oft, they stray for One less powerful to herd them back. Though, yet, they say, “fear the LORD, fear the LORD, … Continue reading

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Imitation of “The Fall of the House of Usher”

I regarded more cautiously the character of the old man. His dominant expression drew sympathy in its ancient complexion. The tallow colored skin hung over his face and arms, sagging with white-haired limpness. This, however, was not expressive of the … Continue reading

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