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God’s Premeditated and Prepared Plans

When we allow God to plan for us, we always discover the final result is better than we could imagine.

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A Matter of Priorities

John wrote this poem in 1979 about forgiveness.

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Father Figures

Paul was writing to express his desire that younger ministers have a deeper appreciation for those who have labored before them for the cause of Christ.

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Martyrdom Anyone?

The apostles had it tough and we can learn from their sufferings.

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Biblical Panorama

Here is a panoramic view of the entire Bible.

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Crossing Your Red Sea

Are you having difficulties in your life? Enjoy some poetry regarding your Red Sea.

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Dynamic Deborah

Deborah is the fifth of Israel’s leaders or Judges raised up by the Lord to deliver His people in a time of national distress.

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David’s Deceptive Distraction

David’s deceptive plans go awry. Reaping what he has sown, David’s life goes downhill from this point on.

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Let Him Cuss

The story of Shimei covers a period of less than four years. Twice he encounters David and twice he is brought before Solomon. None of these meetings are pleasant.

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What Jesus Needs

The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem is recorded in all four Gospels because the Holy Spirit does not want us to miss its significance.

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