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From Jo to Jo: The Story of 4 Kings (Part 1).

Welcome back. My story today dwells on a little historical event found in the Holy Bible. It’s a story about some notable Kings and Queens in the Old Testament. 1,011 more words

Lies And Deception

When God Interrupts...

Days when God interrupts the everyday tasks to make Himself and His will known are my favorite kind of days.

With Fall coming closer, the smells of crisp air, pumpkin scents and the warmth of sweaters and scarves; I cannot help but be in a good mood. 975 more words

Magnet tude of Joy

The joy of the Lord is your protection. This is a little understood truth divulged through Scripture.

How can joy protect?

The sine wave has two sides to it, an upswing that is positive and a downswing that is negative. 1,135 more words

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Jehu condemns King Jehoshaphat

Reference: 2 Chronicles 19:1-3

Heart of the Story: The prophet Jehu, condemned King Jehoshaphat because he joined with Ahab the king of Israel to recover the town of Ramoth Gilead from the Arameans. 420 more words

Obscure Characters


The cause for much grief in a parents’ life is their children’s choice to reject the God of the covenant.  For children to depart from the faith in order to meander in the cesspool of temporary worldly pleasures not only pains the godly parent, it is a sign that they may not be in fact part of the covenant family. 479 more words


Thanking God for the Fleas

Thanksgiving is a time of the gathering together of family and friends, playing games, eating turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream, and some even boast of family football games. 2,080 more words


2 Chronicles 18:13 Saying Only What God Says

But Micaiah said, “As surely as the LORD lives, I can tell him only what my God says.” 2 Chronicles 18:13

King Ahab in Samaria was wanting to attack the town of Ramoth Gilead and had asked King Jehoshaphat of Judah to help him in the attack. 379 more words