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    What If??

    Have you ever heard of the song “What If” by Matthew West? If you have not, I highly encourage you to check it out and listen to it. It is a very upbeat song with a good message. Through the verse it talks about what if today is the only day I got. I want no regrets at the end of the day. This song is a great reminder of what we should be doing daily.  We should give our worries to God and live our lives in the moment because truly at the end of the day we don’t want to have any regrets. We want to have that…

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    The Grass Isn’t Always Greener

    Putting Godly Principles Above Profit and Ease God called Abram to leave Egypt and go to Canaan, where God would bless and make him renowned. Abram listened to the call and left with his family, including his nephew Lot. When they reached Canaan, Abram’s and Lot’s herdsmen began to dispute. Abram was the elder and leader of the group, but rather than take the best land for himself and leave the rest to Lot, Abram gave Lot the first choice. Lot took the best land in the Jordan Valley near Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham gave Lot the first choice because his relationship with Lot was more important. Lot chose the…

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    A Tribute for Father’s Day

    Father’s play an important role in their family. Fathers are the head of the household. They provide stability, love, an example, and lead the family. It is only right that we honor them with a day dedicated to them. Let’s elaborate on the four things that fathers provide. Fathers lead the family God’s way and the Bible by example. Just as God is a huge example for us. God provided us the Bible for us to learn and be an example of what we should do and how we should live our lives. God our Father has an amazing amount of love for each one of us. His love is…

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    A Devotional for the Anxious Heart: James 1:2-4 

    Scripture: “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness . And let that steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.” (James 1:2-4 ESV)  Thought: God is wise and all-knowing. He allows us to encounter difficult circumstances to mold us and shape us, but he is never far away. We should rejoice, even in our difficulties. God is using those difficulties to grow us. By our faith, we will emerge victorious.  Application: It is hard to rejoice in suffering. The flesh wants to engage in self-pity and justifying worldly…