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The Discipline of Quiet Time Part 1

The importance and practice of a daily Quiet Time was drilled into my Christian consciousness from an early age. Called by many names, including “devotions,” “Jesus time” or “spiritual meditation,” quiet time can mean the difference between a stale, stunted, bored soul and a fresh, growing, engaged soul. 855 more words


Cancer is tough to live with, but God makes a way

These days, it seems like everyone knows someone who has been afflicted with some kind of cancer.  My 90 plus year old father-in-law has had a slow-growing prostate cancer for years that fairly recently metastasized to his spine.  616 more words

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Hearing from God

I’ve noticed a relationship with God and searching for car keys are very similar: The answers are often right in front of us.

For years, I have earnestly searched for a close friendship with God. 412 more words



I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. (Psalm 119:15 ESV)

Biblical meditation allows us to dwell on the principles, decrees, words, and commandments of God.

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On the sabbath we went outside the city gate along the river where we thought there would be a place of prayer. We sat and spoke with the women who had gathered there.  333 more words



So much has been said about meditation. It is found at the core of most religions as a practice of body, mind and spirit. Benedictine monk John Main revived meditation in the Christian tradition that goes back to the first Christian monks, the Desert Fathers and Mothers from Egypt, in the early third century AD.This practice consists of sitting down and still with the back straight and eyes lightly closed. 233 more words


Has God called you to be a witness?

Years ago, God let me and Pastor G know that He wanted us to be His witnesses.  Of course, we eagerly asked Him how to do this.  552 more words

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