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What and In Who Do You Choose to Believe

    What and In Who Do You Choose to Believe?   “And he believed the Lord, and he counted it to him as righteousness.”  Genesis 15:6 (ESV) Life can be daunting, circumstances and the enemy can work against us and rob us of our joy and peace. However, we hold the power through the cross of Jesus Christ to allow the robbery or not. If you live in an area where even moderate crime exists do you not lock your doors to prevent robbery, or use an alarm system?  How much more should you protect your heart from anything …

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Memorial to Moses!

        Scripture: Deuteronomy 34:10-12. “Since Moses’ death no prophet has risen in Israel like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face. Who did all those miraculous signs and wonders God sent him to do in Egypt to Pharaoh and all his officials: for no one has ever shown the mighty power or performed the awesome deeds that Moses did in sight of all Israel.” Probably it was Moses’ experience at the burning bush that is referred to in this scripture. Have you ever thought how you would react if face to face with God? Each of us will …

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God-I AM

  God is I am. How we individually interpret that statement will have profound impact on how we perceive God. He is the One God who already IS and the only God who is to Come. He spoke this revolutionary truth to Moses when He appeared as a burning bush. God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you’” Exodus 3: 14 The Israelites had just made wooden idols to worship. They were frustrated and tired of waiting on the Lord. We’ve all …

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Ancestry of Faith

There is this fascination with knowing my ancestors that results from never really knowing anything about anyone beyond my grandfather Warren.  So imagine my delight when I recently found a family tree with Warrens several generations back!  Not only that, I found a very distant living cousin as well.  I still don’t know about those who came before me.  I just know their names.  I could spend much time trying to glean more information but I’m quite happy to know that my grandfather had a grandfather and I know his name.  I don’t know them – but I know something …