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​Heart in Hand

“He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.” Revelation 21:7

God will always perfect that which is in our heart, before he perfects what’s in our hand. 92 more words

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Who Stole My Love???

By Joseph Emmanuel Diop

Copyright © 2017 by Joseph Diop

HOLY  LOVE  FROM  ABOVE        

  1. This is the heart that has left us the mark
    The heart so much purer than gold…
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Movie Reviews: My Love/Hate Affair with Christian Films. 

I am of two minds when it comes to Christian films. On one hand I really long for something that speaks to the Christian worldview, something intelligent and interesting. 349 more words

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Ouch!!!; or, “Is There a Doctor, in the House?”

By Joseph Diop

Copyright © 2017 by Joseph Diop

“Did you know that it’s true, that for me and for you the world is a ghetto?” So in 1972, said the group appropriately named “War.” Closer to present, we are told “It’s a jungle out there, disorder and confusion everywhere… Better pay attention or this world we love so much might just kill you.” That’s from the theme song of “MONK,” the TV series debuting in 2002 about the loveable, OCD “defective detective.” And from the world of blues, pop, and Rock and Roll, take your pick. 1,774 more words

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Hello, It's Me; or, Who's Really in Charge Here???

By Joseph Diop

Copyright © 2017 by Joseph Diop

Nothing captures the truth of the sovereignty of God for me, quite like the memory of this scene from the Wizard of Oz. 1,671 more words

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Will the Real Wizard, Please Stand Up

Like the wizard behind the curtain, God stands behind all the scenes of life — commanding, controlling, orchestrating, resolving, and directing ALL things for His glory, and for our good. 10 more words

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This is going to make a good story.

Last Tuesday night–Wednesday morning, technically–between 2:00 and 4:00 am, I found myself driving around Bedford and Amherst counties, including brief stints on the Blue Ridge Parkway and the ominously named (and very dark and narrow) Father Judge Road north of Madison Heights.   523 more words

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