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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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  • By Their Love For One Another • John 13:35

    There are several words used for love in the Greek language. There are two words in the Greek used for love that are polar opposites of each other. The first is Eros. This word is related to our English word erotic, and before it got its association with sexual promiscuity, it was used to describe […]

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    July is a special month. As we celebrate freedom, the question arises: How many are really free? My prayer is that we would grow in the freedom of really hearing from God, in the freedom of really obeying God, and in the freedom of really discerning [evaluating, judging, distinguishing] between world-acceptable and Word-acceptable! A giant […]

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    Anticipation, as it is used in Matthew 17:25, means “to come before, to anticipate, to prevent.” I take great comfort in this. Nothing would or could stop Jesus from being faithful to God’s will and work in the lives of the people around Him. That needful, spiritual work that Jesus intended to perform in Peter […]

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    Worship God • Philippians 2:9-11

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    Look to the Reward • Hebrews 11:24-26

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