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Genesis 6:8 "But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD."
It is a comfort to know God watches and is able to see! The contrast in the world at the time where our area of thought comes from in God's book is between a real bad time for the human race and what God sees. God sees Noah in the midst of mankind's constant evil in thought & action. But Noah finds GRACE! This word means favor, beauty, goodness, acceptance. Noah and his family were saved, spared & kept from the death, destruction, damage & devastation of sin's judgement! Grace is amazing! To see the goodness, acceptance of the Lord is beautiful! It's like medicine, treatment & healing! May this time in our lives be one when we, you and I, find favor in the wonderful mercy, kindness & goodness of God! May we find that God is ready to accept all who truly come to HIS throne, which is described as the throne of GRACE! Once there, in humility & repentance, mercy is found and grace is obtained for whatever time of need will be encountered! Thank you Lord for grace found in Calvary and the resurrection gift of/in Jesus Christ!

Awaiting His return, Razz

"We make it our goal to please Him."

2 Corinthians 5:9

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  • Be Thankful Always • 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

    As followers of Christ, we ought to view the glass as half full instead of half empty. As believers, we are to have this confidence, knowing that in every difficult circumstance, God is actively working out His plans and purposes. These are to draw us closer to Him, to deepen our knowledge in Christ, to […]

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    Burning Tongues • Acts 2:3

    “Then appeared to them divided tongues, as of fire…” This reminded me of the burning bush that Moses encountered in Exodus 3:2. Moses saw the burning bush and heard God’s voice and God’s name in this chapter. Eventually, God would manifest His presence in the form of a cloud or a pillar of fire to […]

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  • The Man from Gadera • Mark 5

    I love this story. This guy was special to Jesus. He started out out as a man filled with over two thousand demons and ended up as the very first Christian preacher. What amazes me is that this man begged Jesus to follow Him, and it says “Jesus did not permit him.” You would think […]

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    Obedience is Required • John 14:21

    There’s intense prayer going on for a “revival,” but there’s no revival on the horizon. Prayers for revival may seem to be much wasted energy. Why is that? Prayer fanatics believe that if we pray hard and long enough, then God will be inclined and be moved to respond. Instead, God responds with: “But why […]

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  • Missing Something • Judges 7:4

    Little by little, God reduced Gideon’s army of 32,000 down to 300. Why would God take a capable person like Gideon and make their circumstances seem impossible? The true victory happened even before the battle began, in verse 15, “…[Gideon] worshipped. He returned to the camp of Israel, and said, ‘Arise for the LORD has […]

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    Discouragement Redirected • 1 Kings 19:15-18

    In 1 Kings 19, we find a very different Elijah than we are accustomed to seeing in the Scriptures. After being threatened by Queen Jezebel, the prophet runs as far South as he can — out of the nation, into the wilderness and finally up Mount Horeb. The weary prophet is swallowed up in self-pity […]

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  • Truly Free Indeed • John 8:36

    “Stand firm therefore in the liberty with which Christ has made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1 We no longer are to live to satisfy our fleshly desires, which ultimately lead us back into the bondage of sin and a destructive life. However, our freedom in Christ […]

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    Never Alone • Romans 8:39

    As followers of Jesus, we are not immune to nor exempt from trials and troubles. During difficult circumstances, one may experience dejection, exhaustion, restlessness, hopelessness, and loneliness. In these times, we must call on Jesus, and He will answer. God will be with us in our troubles (Psalm 91:15). We have certainty that nothing can […]

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  • The Purpose of His Love • 1 John 4:9

    “By this the love of God was manifested in us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world so that we might live through Him.” 1 John 4:9 When we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we receive so many special blessings and opportunities. We are free from sin and become […]

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    The Book of Love • Hosea 14:4

    When you think of love, which book of the Bible comes to mind? The book of Hosea should be near the top of your list. It’s a radical look on the depths of God’s love for His people. First we read of a faithful husband (the prophet Hosea) who marries a prostitute and continues to […]

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