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and is not anxious in the year of drought, for it does not cease to bear fruit.” ~ Jeremiah 17:7-8

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The Approachable God
The hardest times are from the very ones that you love. The very ones that should be loving you. Ultimate oxymoron with deep betrayal immediately followed by deep pain.
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Applause To Angels
A guardian angel is a term with which most of us are familiar.  Some may even have a vivid recollection of the 1900s century German color picture of a little girl and a little boy crossing a bridge.  Right behind them is a huge angel dressed in radiant white clothing standing guard.  Unbeknownst to them, that celestial larger-than-life being, safeguards the children as they cross the bridge.  When people nearly escape any type of harm, tragic disaster or accident, it is often said, “Your guardian angel was watching over you.”
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Potentate Of Time
Matthew Bridges an 1800th century psalmist and musician has written a famous musical composition focusing on Christ and crowning Him King. Since Bridges, many additional psalmists and musicians have added other stanzas to this hymn. This spiritual anthem enfolds the glorious yet holy mystery of God and His continual interactive commitment to His covenant promise to mankind.
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Independence Day
Every year, Americans across the nation, celebrate the freedom of our land. The Fourth of July, also known as Independence Day, is mostly commemorated outside with a variety of festive events including barbecues, picnics, family reunions and parades. Inside events often include memorial speeches, ceremonies and other public happenings. Then there is the spectacular display of fireworks that brings to a close a Big Bang of a day!
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Face to Face
Just came from a great restaurant where I had lunch with a great dear friend. So as the waitress placed the overflowing yummy ingredients of my cobb salad in front of me, then placed the aroma-rich cranberry chicken salad of my friend, we prayed and settled into a much-needed time of visiting, laughing and catching up on many things we have neglected. We so enjoyed our time together!
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What’s In Your Bank Account?
Most of us can relate to a repetitive commercial on TV where the cheerful, yet direct voice asks the listener, “What’s in your wallet?” — the whole premise of the commercial is to get you to buy into (no pun intended) a whole new twist on a old process to increase money, savings, and riches for you.
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The Big Tear
“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” -unknown

So goes the age-old riddle.  I have a better one - When a gigantic, extra-larger-than-life curtain tears from top to bottom and people are within hearing range to listen, do they hear it tear?  The answer to this mystery question is crystal clear.  “Yes” would be the most logical response. How could someone NOT hear a jumbo cloth tear?  Right?  Unless of course a person happened to be deaf; if that were the case, they would sense the vibration of the curtain tear with their body, not to mention noticing the earth that trembled due to the earthquake, and the massive rocks that were split into pieces.  So there was that opportunity to hear the curtain tear by acknowledging Jesus as Lord.  But the question is – DID they?  Umm some people actual did: the Roman centurion for example expressed that, “Truly this Man is the Son of God!”   He “heard” the curtain tear.  What about the important religious leaders of the day?  Well not so much!
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Friend Or Foe
Look around the world today and you will see dissension, disagreements, disunity… there is discord all around!
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Beating Heart
What determines and verifies that a person is alive? The heart. The most important organ in our body! This hardworking organ works 24 hours, 7 days a week till the day we die. The human heart beats and pumps blood throughout the entire body as well as delivering oxygen to the brain and all the other organs in our bodies. How thankful we are that it never takes a vacation!
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