Susanna comes to us from the book of Daniel. Susanna was a godly woman, trained in the Law of Moses, and married to an influential man. The judges of Israel regularly met with her husband in his ...

So, what’s with Christopher Columbus? Why’s he so highly touted in the annals of history? What did he do that thousands of others hadn’t already done? And to top it off, was he the only one ...

Manly. Brave. Filled with valor. Andrew is a Greek name that means all of these, and Andrew the Apostle lived up to each one. Although the name Andrew was in common use in the first century, ...

We don’t have to question a compass. We don’t ask it, “Where do you want me to go today?” There’s no intent in a compass’ needle. We can’t influence the direction it points by our ...

Watch small puppies. Their short legs limit their mobility. They can only go places their limbs will carry them. To get to the high places, like on a sofa or a bed, they need a hand up. They ...

A resolution is a commitment. Merriam-Webster gives us insight into the word with the first (and most common) definition: To take a complex idea and make it simpler. So, when we make a ...

We are told that if we believe we can do a thing, it moves into the realm of possibility for us. Remember The Little Train Who Could. “I think I can do it …” soon becomes “I know I can do ...

No one likes being afraid. Not really. Sure, roller coasters are fun, and we get off, saying, “I was so frightened. I thought I would die.” It’s a game, not fear. We don’t imagine for a ...

We think about happiness, the laughter and smiles. It’s our goal, what we hope to find. We’ll be happy when we get that new job, a larger home, or visit our dream destination. It’s out ...

We love the story of Esther, a beautiful Jew who became queen of Persia. We commend her bravery in going before the king to plead for her people. Even as queen, she was in peril of death if the ...

In September of 2019, the owner of a low-mileage, garage-kept German sports car with a folding metal roof got an unwelcome surprise. He slipped inside his 16-year-old weekend car and felt ...

You lay in bed at night, and your worries are like raindrops on the windowpane. You hear each one louder than the one before. Just when you begin to doze, plink, another worry in the darkness, and ...

We’ve heard it said that we can speak things into existence. That’s rather like God. He spoke, and all creation flashed into being, from the earth under our feet to the distant stars in the ...

Susanna comes to us from the book of Daniel. Susanna was a godly woman, trained in the Law of Moses, and married to an influential man. The judges of Israel regularly met with her husband in his ...

So, what’s with Christopher Columbus? Why’s he so highly touted in the annals of history? What did he do that thousands of others hadn’t already done? And to top it off, was he the only one ...

Manly. Brave. Filled with valor. Andrew is a Greek name that means all of these, and Andrew the Apostle lived up to each one. Although the name Andrew was in common use in the first century, ...

We don’t have to question a compass. We don’t ask it, “Where do you want me to go today?” There’s no intent in a compass’ needle. We can’t influence the direction it points by our ...

Watch small puppies. Their short legs limit their mobility. They can only go places their limbs will carry them. To get to the high places, like on a sofa or a bed, they need a hand up. They ...

A resolution is a commitment. Merriam-Webster gives us insight into the word with the first (and most common) definition: To take a complex idea and make it simpler. So, when we make a ...

We are told that if we believe we can do a thing, it moves into the realm of possibility for us. Remember The Little Train Who Could. “I think I can do it …” soon becomes “I know I can do ...
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