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Obeying from the HeartBy Jim Cox
|Obeying from the heart is... Prophesied in the New Covenant "But this is...|
Beyond Self ImprovementBy C.A. Coates
|Before God could use these [great devotional writers of the past], He had to bring them to the end of themselves. He had to teach them that self-confidence--no matter what it's form--could only result in defeat. Many of these servants had to spend years of struggling in the "self-life" before they learned to depend on the Risen Lord Jesus to be their All in...|
How to Get Free From Stubborn GuiltBy John Woodward
|When I was about eight years old, I got intrigued with cartridge pens. Regular ballpoint pens weren't cool anymore; cartridge pens were classy! The soft plastic cartridges that held the ink were replaceable. After getting used to handling one...|
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I was born in Knoxville Tennessee on October 14, 1958 to a newly married Christian couple. They raised me in a home where Christian values and principles were a way of life. My parents not only talked of the Christian life often, but lived it out on a daily basis. As I grew, I was taken to church practically every Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday night. This was the normal routine in...
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