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Embracing Forgiveness

Embracing Forgiveness and Reconciliation Lessons from the Life of Joseph, Part Three Genesis 50:20 "To err is human, to forgive, divine." When Alexander Pope wrote those immortal words many years ago, he stated a truth that still resonates in our own hearts. Forgiving others seems to be one of the hardest things some of us ever have to do. Why? At times it is difficu...

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Battling Loneliness

Battling Loneliness Lessons from the Life of Joseph, Part Two Genesis 40 The great poet, John Milton, reminded us that loneliness is the first thing which God's eye named not good. In Genesis 2:18 God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him." Our Creator, right at the beginning, knew that human beings need other human being...

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Great Expectations

Lessons from the Life of Joseph, Part One...

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Legacies are Birthed from Commitments

Heaven will be peopled by followers of Jesus you and I may have never heard of, but they were known intimately to God - because they had a close relationship to Him and they served Him so faithfully. Dr. Thomas Barclay is one of these people.Thomas Barclay labored for over 60 years as a missionary and linguist to the Taiwanese people from 1870 to 1935 (Taiwan was then call...

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The word "rhythm" is defined as a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound. We rolled into February of this year in our regular rhythms and in March our apple carts were all upset. And now, we've had some time to reflect and look back, and see how it has affected us. We've been forced into doing some things like we've never known they could really be done l...

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