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Do you feel like you are being threshed like wheat or some other plant? Are there so many things going on in your life that you think you can't bear one more bad thing?  Read what the prophet Isaiah wrote: Isaiah 28:26-29 (NLT) "The farmer knows just what to do,...

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Sufferings on the Cross

Many people don't know that pain and suffering our Lord, Jesus Christ went through for us...because of the brutality, crucifixion was given a sentence to only its worst offenders of the law.  Thieves, murderers, and rapists would be the...

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Still He Walked

He could hear the crowds screaming "crucify" "crucify"... He could hear the hatred in their voices, These were His chosen people.  He loved them, and they were going to crucify Him.  He was beaten, bleeding and weakened... His heart was broken, But still He walked.  ...

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I Believe in You

Hello, my friend! This is not a typical story to brighten your day. It's not an inspirational piece that came from my heart. I just needed to deal with it.How do you handle...A friend or family member who is depressed...going through a divorce.... stricken with a life...

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Land of Suffering

"Joseph named his firstborn Manasseh and said, it is because God has made me forget all my trouble and all my father's household. The second son he named Ephraim and said, it is because God has made me fruitful in the land of my suffering." (Genesis 41:51-52) Joseph...

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The Jeremiah Solution

Joan of Arc was in a tough situation. Falsely accused of crimes against the church and state, she was sentenced to burn at the stake. What was her dying wish? For God to strike these lying dead-beats with holy fire? Not at all. The dying wish of Joan of Arc was for a...

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The Burden of the Cross

The burden of the Cross, is each of ours to bear. We cannot follow Jesus, and not, in suffering, share. We must realize this burden, this overwhelming strain; We must all experience His great love, while, at the same time, suffering, in our pain. The Cross represents...

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