Category Archives: faith

security

A top priority of any good parent is to establish security in a child. “You are loved; you are safe; you will always have what you need; you do not need to be afraid.” Parents don’t want their children to … Continue reading

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prayers

The morning I brought John to eat breakfast with my friend Ed, he commented on Ed’s prayer as we were driving home. “I’ve never heard a prayer like that,” John said. I’m used to praying with Ed, but sometimes he … Continue reading

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matters

“For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision carries any weight — the only thing that matters is faith working through love.” (Galatians 5:6, New English Translation) Faith matters to God. In fact, “without faith, it is impossible to please … Continue reading

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glorify

Two things bring great satisfaction to any parent: trust and gratitude. God feels the same and His children bring Him glory when they believe what He says and give thanks for every blessing. Abraham glorified God by believing Him. “I … Continue reading

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faith

“Miraculous healing, to be sure, is as vital a part of Christian ministry today as it was in the first century. Without it the church limps along, lame and leprous. Nevertheless, it is possible to place so much emphasis on … Continue reading

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