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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...|
Today's featured past issue
Rosalind Goforth (1864-1942) was born near London, England, and moved with her parents to Montreal, Canada, three years later. Her Dad was an artist, and Rosalind graduated from the Toronto School of Art in 1885. In 1887 she married Jonathan Goforth. They served together as missionaries in China and Manchuria. They were married for forty-nine years and had eleven children ...,...
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