Georgia’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA)

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The video below explains in everyday language why the citizens of Georgia need RFRA (Religious Freedom Restoration Act) to protect our religious freedoms. Please watch it and then share it. Thirty one states already have such a law to protect … Continue reading

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Today in Christian History: May 30


What a wonderful Christian witness! To God be the Glory for Watchman Nee.

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In 1972, Née Shu-Tsu, better known as Watchman Nee, died in a Chinese prison. As the founder of over 400 local churches, Watchman Nee was a threat to the new Communist regime, and so spent the last twenty years of his life in prison, allowed no visitors except his wife.

When the authorities cleaned out his cell, they found this scrap of paper:

“Christ is the Son of God who died for the redemption of sinners and was resurrected after three days. This is the greatest truth in the universe. I die because of my belief in Christ. Watchman Nee.”

Information taken from J Stephen Lang’sThe Christian History Devotional.

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14 – A Kingdom That Cannot Be Shaken

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Hebrews 12:28-29 (ESV) – 28 Therefore let us be grateful for receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, and thus let us offer to God acceptable worship, with reverence and awe, 29 for our God is a consuming fire. Almost every day … Continue reading

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TURKEY TIME – 8 Gobblers Visit Us

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This morning we were privileged to have 8 wild turkeys visit with us at our mountain house.  We regularly hear them gobbling in the nearby wooded areas, but don’t get to see them close-up like this that often.  They hung … Continue reading

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13 – Abounding in Thanksgiving

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Some time between 54-56 AD a fledgling Christian church was founded in the ancient city of Colosse (aka Colossae).   Colossae was located one hundred miles southeast of the city of Ephesus in Phrygia, which at the time was part of the … Continue reading

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OMG – Oh My God! (repost)

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I first published this article on December 20, 2013.  Taking God’s name in vain is serious business.  Our society in general, including so many Christians, think nothing of the blasphemous practice.  I am re-posting the article in hopes that it … Continue reading

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Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace

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Seven hundred years before the birth of Jesus Christ Isaiah prophesied that God would give the world a child, not just any child, but a unique child … a child to redeem His people. Just prior to giving Isaiah this … Continue reading

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12 – Everything Created By God Is Good

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After Paul was released from his first imprisonment in Rome (AD 62), he returned to several of the cities where he and his associates (such as Silas, Barnabas, Timothy) had witnessed and established Christian churches.  Upon leaving Ephesus and traveling … Continue reading

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11 – Rejoice Always

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The Apostle Paul was a prisoner under house arrest in Rome from 60-62 AD.  He had every reason to be discouraged.  But Paul’s relentless enthusiasm for the Lord would not be limited in any way by his circumstances.  Paul knew … Continue reading

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The Lion of the Tribe of Judah

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Lions are both majestic and fearsome. Their muscular build, courage, strength, ferocity and sheer power have earned them the title “King of the Jungle.”  Under the right conditions a male lions’ roar can be heard as far away as 5 … Continue reading

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