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Heavenly Cure The Lord's work that cures the stain of sinOne Little Wave Life is short without God.The Challenge . . . .and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me. Galatians 2:20.How Futile The sovereignty of God over all world affairs and the weakness of man.New Beginnings It is easy for Christians to get off of track and spend many long weeks, months, or even years wondering in the wilderness. It is important for us at such times to remember that God can give us a new beginning and restore us to our first love.Adam and Eve The story of Adam and Even graphically reminds us of the evil of sin and of the awesome holiness of God. In addition to that, it also reminds us of the mercy, grace, and love of God. Even though they had fallen, God merciful clothed them.Healing and Pain To heal the body the surgeon sometimes has to cut deeply. So also healing of the soul may be grievous and painful, but the results will yield fruit. (Hebrews 12:11)Loves Godly love compared with what the world calls love.Where Mercy Reigns About God's mercy that covers our sin
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My Turn Now
Always looking for something that all in Christ already have. We are already healed. By faith we must have faith, receive and appropriate it. Also based on Isaiah 6:8 Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?His Land
Is man worthy?But Grace
I wonder why He sent His Son, I lied and lied and lied.I selfishly had been just one - one reason that He died.What You Are
This is a humorous expression of my love for the incredible woman God has somehow convinced to be my wife.Presents or Presence
How essential the shift from consumerism to Christ.Now That Is Peace
Now that is peace,... Christmas peace.A Christmas Thought
Here, the author is reflecting on the radical change during his lifetime on how signs of Christmas have disappeared from American public life. Feel free to use this poem; please include the author's name. [email protected] Thank you. Robert DeimelThat Distant Light
The air was calm below the palm so rested, I awhile.I stared across the quiet lake with my own lazy smile.Who could have guessed
He was just a baby born at a difficult time and in difficult circumstances. His mother gave birth to him far from home, He was born in a stable, laid in a manger and there was no one to welcome his arrival except a band of shepherds.