Communion with God

Philip Melanchthon, a companion of Luther, noted, “Trouble and perplexity drive me to prayer and prayer drives away perplexity and trouble.” So the first labor in prayer is to get beyond our own needs and lay hold of God Himself in perfect communion realizing that in Him and in Him alone are all the answers…

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Labor Out of Rest

Dutch Sheets says, “We don’t wait well. We’re into microwaving; God, on the other hand, is usually into marinating.”[1] The writer of Hebrews tells us that there is a “rest!” that belongs to us (Hebrews 4:1; 9-11). He calls us to enter the rest of God. Yes, there is a dimension of prayer that involves…

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Research on “Gay” Homes Questioned!

A West Coast psychologist is calling into question studies which allege no adverse effects on children raised in homosexual homes. She believes the researchers are themselves less than objective, often pro-homosexual and that their positions may bias their research and lead to a failure to disclose results not favorable to the homosexual cultural agenda. They…

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