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Life Can’t Always Be A Song — Helen Steiner Rice

Life can’t always be a song—
You have to have trouble to
make you strong,
So whenever you are troubled
And everything goes wrong,
It is just God working in you
to make your spirit strong.
Helen Steiner Rice


Get up and Eat!

Karina's Thought


Hello dear readers. In my previous post titled “Never give up”, we’ve learned something from the story of Elijah. We have learned although we could successful overcome big problems, we also could stumble to the small problems and it makes us depressed and want to give up. With God Elijah was successful defeated the 450 Baal’s prophet but it turns out Elijah was really scared when Jezebel threatened him. He depressed and wanted to die. (1 Kings 19:4 NIV)

Well, in this post I want to continue the Elijah’s story. Let’s look further what happened after he came to broom bush and prayed. Let’s have a look what the God’s answer of his prayer. After Elijah prayed, he lay down under the bush and fell asleep, and then an angel came touched him and said: “Get up and eat.”(1 Kings 19:5 NIV) Here there are…

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Just a Thought

Truth in Palmyra

If we woke up tomorrow with only what we had thanked God for today, what would we have left?

James at The Isaiah 53:5 Project

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An Unpopular Preacher

“For if not God spared the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment; And spared not the old world, but saved Noah, the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly;”  2nd Peter 2:4-5 (NASB)

2nd Peter 2:5 calls Noah “a preacher of righteousness” — and that would make him very unpopular in today’s society.  People prefer to continue in their sin and unrighteousness.  If Noah preached today, he would be branded a religious fanatic.  He would be called a prophet of gloom.  He would not be invited to very many of the mega-churches — but I am sure that would not bother Noah.  It did not make any difference to Noah what the people in his day said about him or about his message.  He had heard from God, and he preached that warning which God had commanded him to preach.  So does every real man of God.  And no man can preach God’s Word and not preach righteousness and judgment.  The Bible is the book of judgment!  God is love (1 John 4:8), but the same God is “a consuming fire” (Heb. 12:29).  Yes, Noah had to stand alone, but he stood!  He believed what God said, and he “found grace in the eyes of the LORD” (Gen. 6:8).


“Grace isn’t a little prayer you say before a meal, it’s a way of life.”

Andie MacDowell

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