Tag Archives: God’s purposes

“Finding Comfort In God” (II Corinthians 7:6 sermon)

It was not my advance plan to preach two weeks in a row from this Book of II Corinthians. But last week, in the course of my regular daily Bible reading, God impressed me that the verse “we are the … Continue reading

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It’s Not How Much You Read

Three little words in Hebrew fed my soul that day. I try to get a variety of scripture into my life daily, as I read from Psalms to begin my prayer time, then both an Old Testament and a New … Continue reading

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Afflicted In Faithfulness

Psalm 119:75 says: “In faithfulness You have afflicted me”. These words may appear odd to us at first. One might well ask: How is it “in faithfulness” that God has afflicted him? — First, God is faithful to His PURPOSES. … Continue reading

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