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Why Would God Allow My Disappointment?

“The implications of past disappointments can loom heavily over the present, and the possibility of future disappointments sits as a constant threat on the horizon. Yet along with every disappointment come promises from God that are strong enough to steady us, comfort us, and lift our eyes to him.” From DesiringGod.org………………….

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Will We Eat and be Satisfied?

This article deals with a very important issue: Will we not only accept the provision we receive from the Lord’s hand, but will we receive it with gratitude and thankfullness? From The Navigators………….

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The Preacher Weighs In on the Gift of Work

Another in an occasional series of articles on the Book of Ecclesiastes. In this one, we are now in Chapter 4, and the focus is on work, and the Preacher/Teacher claims how valuable work is for our lives. From Jared Ingle…………………

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How Do I “Count It All Joy” ?

We may all be familiar with the Apostle James’ admonition to “count it all joy” when we face trials, but how many of us also then ask the question, “How?” This article does a pretty good job of providing at least one possible answer. From Ligonier.org………………..

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The God of Your Troubled Heart

Here is a nice article that calls us to remember that even John the Baptist had his moments of doubt and needed reassurance from Jesus that he was on the right path for his life. From pastor Craig Thompson……………….

http://www.craigthompson.org/2021/10/05/the-god-of-your-troubled-heart/?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzEmail&utm_campaign=Once%20a%20day_2021-10-12_08:30:00&utm_content=5575

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You Have Everything You Need for Life and Godliness

This article looks at the first Epistle from Peter, where he reminds his readers that God has made certain promises to His children, and so they can be certain that they have everything they need for both life and for godliness. From Crossway.org………………………..

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What Does it Mean to Be a God-Fearing Christian?

When I was young growing up in the South, you might hear a person described as being a “God-fearing” man or woman. But what is a God-fearing person? This article addresses that question. From Christianity.com……………………

https://www.christianity.com/wiki/god/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-god-fearing-christian.html

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How Do We Forgive Those Who Wrong Us and Either Can’t or Won’t Ask for Forgiveness?

To forgive is a Christian virtue, but it is especially hard to do that when the one who has wronged us either is unable or unwilling to ask for our forgiveness. What then? This article provides some answers to how to handle such situations in our lives. From Eternal Perspectives Ministries…………………..

https://www.epm.org/blog/2020/Nov/11/forgive-wrong-us

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Will Our Time and Efforts Invested in Hobbies Be Considered Worthless at the Judgment Seat of Christ?

A long title for this article. What it is referring to is the scriptural teaching that every believer will have their lives for Christ reviewed for rewards (not for entrance into heaven — that is already and always assured!). Here, author and pastor Randy Alcorn makes the case that God looks kindly on how pursuits of hobbies and leisure activities as signs of our enjoying our salvation in God. From Eternal Perspectives Ministries………………..

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Working With Nonbelievers (2 Corinthians 6:14–18)

One of the purposes of my blogs is to point people to helpful blogs, websites and Christian resources that they might not be aware of. This article is drawn from one of those resources, The Theology of Work Project. They have an online Bible commentary that helps believers apply the Scriptures to the workplace, and this particular article looks at the topic of how to relate with non-believers, using II Cor. 6: 14-18 as the launching point……………………

https://www.theologyofwork.org/new-testament/2-corinthians/working-with-nonbelievers-2-corinthians-614-18