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Tara Baptist Church hosts community market
Following in Jesus’ steps is the best, most deeply satisfying life we can have, now and through eternity. But we forget, sometimes, that while Jesus’ steps may sometimes lead to joy and glory and prosperity … they also lead to the cross. And if we really want to follow in his steps, we need to understand that the cross may be part of our journey, too.
I think there’s a very simple reason why opposites attract. Each of us has strengths and weaknesses, and we tend to marry or build relationships with people who are strong where we’re not. We’re probably not aware this is what we’re doing, but we are.
My Child ... You may not know me, but I know everything about you (Psalm 139).
The more one says no to the Holy Spirit, the still small voice in your heart becomes faint, until you can’t hear Him anymore! Your heart has become calloused and your ears hardly hear, and it is so easy to say “no, not today.”
Humility is a virtue that Christians are supposed to be displaying on a daily basis. But, the thing is … if you THINK you have it, you DON’T.
AIDS Day prayer service at St. Philip Benizi
Sometimes, in traditional, mainline, Protestant churches, too much talk about the Holy Spirit makes people nervous! And in my travels, I’ve come to believe that the Spirit is often the most-ignored person of the Trinity.
Our lives are shaped by our thoughts. Everything starts in our mind, the way we think determines the way we feel, the way we feel determines how we act — so, if we want to change the way we act or feel — we must change the way we think.
God, our Holy Father, wants us (Christians) to spend the rest of our lives developing family characteristics. He wants to make us like Jesus Christ.
Church makes our lives fuller and more fun. We make friends here and do good things, and church is often a big part of our lives. But if that’s ALL that’s going on … we need to take a second look.
When we have decisions to make, we should pray for guidance and learn to depend on the Lord in everything we do.
The Henry County Rotary Club has worked to compile 10 Christmas tunes on a CD titled “A Henry County Christmas, A Collection of Christmas Songs.” The CD was released this week.
A map of the future would be a hindrance, not a help, to faith.
How long is “everlasting life?” It is eternal life, isn’t it? Yes! And if we live eternally with our God, will we not be in Heaven? We certainly will!
Support group helps those who’ve lost a child
Sometimes, it is more than one can handle, life is not the same and reality is a harsh blow.
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