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Is My Sin Too Much for Jesus?

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Is My Sin Too Much for Jesus?

Jesus wants us all in His holy kingdom—if only we believe. No sin is too dark or too deep. He knows all and sees all.

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Giving it to God with Trust

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Giving it to God with Trust

When we ask God with faith, He will provide. But if our faith is lacking, if we have no trust and allow our will and minds to be battered about like a wave of the sea, guess what we should expect? That’s right: Nothing.

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Don’t Fall Into the Summertime Trap

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Don’t Fall Into the Summertime Trap

Just because it’s summer, don’t “take a break” from God. In whatever way you choose, stay close and keep Him fresh in your mind.

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How we respond matters

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How we respond matters

Our country is in turmoil, and how we respond matters. Do we remain silent? To do so condones the actions of others on both sides of the issue. Do we respond with righteous anger to prove our point? 

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True comfort: The alpha and the omega

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True comfort: The alpha and the omega

We know God created the earth, as well as the universe. We know God is beyond time and our limited imagining. But sometimes, we seem to forget this. It is in these moments when we need to cling to Scripture and the promises God makes throughout and remember: It’s about God’s way, not ours.

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