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Priorities

Priorities

One day a Rabbi brought out a large jar and put it in front of the students. Next to it was a bucket with fist-sized stones. They sat there for a while. All the students wondered how these rocks would be used. Do you think the stones would fit in the jar? The students answered: Read More

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur

Tonight, at Sundown starts the Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur that is a symbol of God’s grace through the Lamb of God who comes to take away the sins of the world. Therefore, there is great significance to us who are believers in Messiah. Hebrew: Yom: Day of; Kippur (Noun) or (Verb): Cover or conceal. Read More

Out of Fuel

Out of Fuel

The other day I was driving down the highway, and my truck engine suddenly turned off. I coasted to the right-hand pavement and safely stopped and turned on my emergency blinkers. I started to think, what happened? I examined my truck gauges. Electrical, okay, check. Temperature, okay, check. Engine warning, none, check. Fuel gauge, half-full, Read More

Alone Time with God

Did you know that the Lord wants to spend time ALONE with you? Do you remember when you accepted the Lord and became part of His family? As a “child” of God, we call the Lord “Father.” A good Father wants to spend time with his children; sometimes He wants to spend time with them Read More

Healing Emotional Wounds

Healing Emotional Wounds

Everyone has emotional wounds and scars from our past. THINK JUNIOR HIGH! Emotional wounds are harder to heal than physical wounds. Physical injuries can heal in days, weeks, and months but emotional injuries often take years/decades to recover. BUT Jesus comes to heal our emotional wounds! Psalm 147:3 says, “He heals the brokenhearted and bandages Read More

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