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Without Measure.

...God does not give him His Spirit sparingly or by measure, but boundless is the gift God makes of His Spirit!John 3:34 God doesn't allot us a certain amount of His Spirit every day and if we use up the amount, that's it, no more. God pours out His Spirit without measure. Our operation within... Continue Reading →

God’s Plan and the Curse.

Photo by Samuel Silitonga on And the Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to tend and guard and keep it...And out of the ground the Lord God formed every [wild] beast and living creature of the field and every bird of the air and brought them to... Continue Reading →

A Post from December Past.

With today being the last day of the year, I thought a post from last December would be appropriate. Though this is the end of this year's holiday season, that doesn't mean we have to let go of that holiday focus. As we enter a new year, we should remember to follow the signs that... Continue Reading →

One Man.

God often uses impossible odds to bring a mighty victory. What might look like a lost battle to us, God still sees the victory to come. Next to [Eleazar] was Shammah son of Agee the Hararite...and the Israelites fled. But he stood in the midst of the ground and defended it and slew the Philistines;... Continue Reading →

Mercy is not Inaction.

David was a great man, a great king. David was so close to God that he was likened to a messenger of God, a being that is constantly in God's very presence. (2 Sam. 14:17;20) Yet David was still human and made mistakes. Perhaps one of the biggest mistakes was inaction when he should've acted,... Continue Reading →

Before the Calling.

For the entirety of my life, I have been told I have a great calling on my life, that God saved me as He did at birth because He has a special purpose for my life. And I dreamed of the day that great calling would begin. As I grew up I began asking the... Continue Reading →

Going About the Father’s Business.

Saul and David are best known as the first Kings of Israel, and for the strife between the two of them. However, before they became "King" they both had something in common: They were going about their fathers' business. One day Kish's donkeys strayed away, and he told Saul, "Take a servant with you, and... Continue Reading →

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