Surely there will come a day when all who know My name will call upon the rain. Whenever you are down, you will be lifted on high. Raise a joyful sound to the Lord and have My name on your tongue for I shall make a way where there was none, and I shall take […]

Angela Errett

by Bob Jacobus There are many issues to ponder about Christianity; I believe the primary challenge of Christianity is how to communicate the message of the gospel. How often has the phrase “preach the gospel” been used? Even people who do not participate in any faith will recognize that phrase. Most likely few people know […]

Bob Jacobus

What does it mean to walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit? Those who believe in Christ Jesus are in Christ Jesus? Sounds like a bunch of gobblety-gook doesn’t it? There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. […]

Angela Errett

by Angela Errett In a small town, nestled in a valley between three mountains, a farmer named Nirel and his wife Carmela live a quiet country life on their seventy-acre farm. Their three-story brick farmhouse with a tin roof, and wood slate barns, painted in fire engine red, looked as if they were right out […]

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  Jesus spoke about the kingdom of God repeatedly during his time here on earth. From reviewing the scriptures, anyone can see that the kingdom is of great importance. It is of such great importance that Jesus says to “Seek ye first the kingdom of God.” (Matthew 6:33) So how do you tell one kingdom […]

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  by Bob Jacobus As Christians, we are involved in two spiritual inheritances–both are glorious. Ephesians 1:14 speaks to an inheritance that belongs to the believer, our relationship with Christ Jesus. Later in this chapter, verse 18, Apostle Paul prays that the eyes of our hearts be opened so that we can see the second […]

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Here is an uplifting thought–right now, this very second, you are closer to your destiny. For a follower of Christ, that means one second closer to glory. Hallelujah! But, here is a sobering thought, are you one second closer to fulfilling God’s purpose in your life? Many will say, I don’t know what God’s purpose […]

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Remember the Mother Goose rhyme “Pattycake, Pattycake, Baker’s Man?” It is an old English nursery rhyme first found in the play The Campaigners from the 1600s. It then appears in Mother Goose’s Melody in 1765. There are a few versions, but one thing is overtly apparent, it later became a means of keeping children busy. […]

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    Today, more than ever, there is a growing number of people who are bound in solitary prisons in their minds. They are held captive by vices that have come into their lives either through no fault of their own, by the hand of another, or by some of their choices. Some knowingly and […]

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  Katherine, the youngest of twenty kids, grew up poor and did not attend church. Her father was the son of a preacher but chose not to continue in the church. In first grade, Katherine came down with pneumonia and was unable to walk. She loved school, but because of the illness, she missed attending […]

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