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In Jesus' Words: The Gospel of Mark

Over a year ago, I started on a journey to tune out the needless noise, the constant back-and-forth of our society, the politics and debates, and go directly to the source – Jesus’ words – to see what He really has to say about all of this.  425 more words

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In His authority

Moses stands as one of the greatest leaders in Bible times. Being raised among the elite class of the house of Pharaoh, Moses was accustomed to operating in man’s system of power and authority. 250 more words

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Joshua - The Man and the Book October 17, 2017

Welcome to a new series on Coffee and Commentary.  Over the next several weeks we will be looking into the life and times of Joshua, his prophetic significance as a prototype of the Messiah and the relevance of his book and the man himself to our present times. 1,690 more words

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Kingdom Dynamics

We are called to pursue the kingdom, a kingdom quite unlike any other; to seek it first, not as the first in a whole list of things, but as the one that governs all others on that list. 1,556 more words

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The Pursuit of Greatness | Part 2

Guest Author: Alisha Varughese
Before you continue, read Part 1 of this mini Guest Series!

While I listened with tears in my eyes, I recognized in this man — with his limp, his drooped face, his weak arm and difficulty in speech– the very thing that I had seen before in my cousin with Down syndrome: the capacity to bless others tremendously despite a lack of normal faculties. 563 more words

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Self-serving Masters

No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. 397 more words

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U.S. TO HELP REBUILD CITY OF BABYLON IN IRAQ

https://flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com/2009/02/14/us-to-help-rebuild-city-of-babylon-in-iraq/

February 14, 2009 By Joel C. Rosenberg

Iraqi soldiers walk past a replica of the Ishtar Gate of Ancient Babylon, 135 km (85 miles) south of Baghdad, January 13, 2009. 387 more words
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