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Broken Hallelujah

How’s your Hallelujah? Is it overflowing with love and joy? Is it spilling out on to the world around you? Does your Hallelujah draw people like a magnet to the Lord? Does your Hallelujah reflect the Holy Spirit that lives

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Wanted: Jawbone of an Ass for Israel

Uh oh here we go again! This time Obama is sending Israel in search of a ‘Jawbone of an ass’ to fight with. He has set up the modern-day Philistines in a position to regain wealth and weapons. Yea! This

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Unholy Holy Water?

What comes to your mind when you think of holy water? Is it water to be truly reverenced as Holy? Is it water that is consecrated or set apart that has been infused with power from God? Or is it

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Without Hindrance

Abraham Lincoln said, “God must have loved the common man for He made so many of them.” I believe Mr. Lincoln was pretty close to the truth. I tend to think of people as uniquely individual with common traits. It

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Look What Happened!

A broken window, a bent fender, or a dog loose from the yard. These situations can sometimes be attributed to accidental causes. It is usually the person who is at fault calling it an accident; while the person effected would

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That’s Just Too Easy

My wife and I love gardening. Not the work so much; but, the reward of all the beautiful flowers, foliage, and hardscape which creates an environment that enriches our lives. Hard work is the vehicle through which our appreciation and

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The Dead Tree Scrolls

Springtime in Colorado can be hard on trees. The sap rises as trees begin to leaf-out. The danger comes from the wet, heavy, springtime snow storms that add hundreds of pounds of weight to these moisture laden branches. Inevitably something

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Pressurized Faith

There was an ancient Greek inventor and mathematician named Ctesibius (Greek: Κτησίβιος; 285–222 BC). Ctesibius is credited with writing the first dissertation on the science of compressed air and its uses in pumps. Ctesibius is not only credited with inventing

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A Widow’s Oil Well

In the Old Testament, Elisha was Elijah’s student. Elisha is the prophet who seceded Elijah. His succession began when Elijah was taken up into heaven in a chariot of fire by a whirlwind into heaven (2 Kings 2:11). Elisha picked

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Becoming A Well Balanced Believer

Do you really know yourself? Would you say that you are physically, spiritually, and emotionally well-balanced? Are you secure enough to say, “You feed on a healthy diet that nurtures your spirit, soul, and body?” I look around me and

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