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Hymns to strengthen your faith in these difficult times

I hope these two hymns will encourage you and build your faith. They are not particularly Easter hymns, but they certainly speak of the power and love and mercy of God. I encourage you to sing them out loud. Find the tune below the lyrics. Hail our once-rejected Jesus 1 Hail, our once-rejected Jesus! Hail, …

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No Longer Under Your False Guilt – a song by “Now Free”

You can press my buttons You can hurl your vile threats You can slander me in public You can beat me til I’m just like death. But I never said a word I cried myself to sleep And when I hustled a little strength I resisted without sin Yes I may have lost my temper …

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“The Truth About Men” — Isn’t this Horrible Philosophy in the Church?

I was in the sporting goods store the other day and they had the local radio station playing. The following “song” came on, country western you know. I had never heard it before and as the song played and the crowd’s cheers and applause was heard on the soundtrack, I found myself appalled. Not so …

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A little stranger star

Usually pictures show the wise men following a star that is nearly as bright and large as the moon. But this is sheer speculation: scripture doesn’t tell us anything about the size of the star. It merely tells us that wise men noticed the star when it rose and they somehow knew it signalled the birth of the king …

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A False “Happy” is an Environment in Which Abuse Hides

“Where does this happy feeling come from? JESUS! Where does this happy feeling come from? JESUS! This happy feeling comes from Jesus! Everyday He more than pleases! That’s where this happy feeling comes from.” Luke 22:42-44 saying, “Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done.” And there …

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Family Courts and Systemic Abuse (and a fun song by one of our readers)

The poor kids don’t want to go on visitation at all. I really don’t understand why the courts think that a grown woman who can’t handle the abuse should leave, and the opposing attorney even berates her for not leaving sooner – but tender, defenseless children should be made to spend time with the very abuser …

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