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To The Expectant Mom

In Mommy Musings by G&H2 Comments

All the shepherding, all the praying, all the confessing and forsaking of your faults to the Father (all the travail, so to speak) will be worth it when your child believes on Jesus and through Him enters into life, everlasting life at salvation – the new birth.

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My Way of Escape

In Mommy Musings by Katina AndersonLeave a Comment

Early in the morning I hear footsteps coming down the hallway, “Hi, Mommy!” a cheerful 2-year-old voice says as he opens the curtains and sends blinding sunlight into my weary eyes. “Lord, do I have to do this again?” I silently cry out to God in desperation and exhaustion…

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“Will you Accept the Challenge?”

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie Gable1 Comment

The close of 2013 is just around the corner. A new year is upon us. Will you take the challenge to forsake gossip and slander? Gossip destroys others but it destroys you more. It turns your heart from God to the lust of your flesh and pride. Will you deny your flesh and purpose to grow in grace in 2014?

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The Respectable Rebel

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie Gable2 Comments

I am saying it is sinful for a Christian to choose his own way and not live by faith and seek God’s will for his life. C. Austin Miles put it this way: “Not what I wish to be, nor where I wish to go, for who am I that I should choose my way? The Lord shall choose for me, ‘tis better far, I know. So let Him bid me go, or stay.”

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Why All the Fuss?

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie Gable9 Comments

If most Christian young people were to ask themselves if they were living a separate-from-the-world kind of life, they’d say ‘yes.’ That is, if they’re parents stay on them and make sure they’re wearing the right clothes and not hanging out with the bad kids.

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5 Things Every Girl Should Strive to Be

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie Gable1 Comment

“…he that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast.” -Proverbs 15:15b
Life is full of ups and downs. It can be unpredictable at times and even feel like things are out of control. It is at those times we must exercise the joy of the Lord. So, what is the joy of the Lord? It is being thankful and content is the circumstances of life.

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So What Makes the Difference?

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie GableLeave a Comment

Think of someone you know who grew up in a Christian home then once they turned 18 headed deep into the world. I personally have known several people, both guys and girls, who have done just that – they grew up hearing the same Biblical principles, memorizing the same Bible verses, and often had godly parents who were actively involved in the church. Why, then, at the first chance do they choose everything opposite of what they have been taught?

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Proverbs 31 for the Single Girl

In Singleness of Heart by Rachel Hammett6 Comments

She’s that illustrious goddess of domesticity. Her husband is crazy about her, the kids adore her, she is business-savvy, Martha Stewart, Paula Dean, Mother Theresa and Jackie Kennedy all rolled into one. The epitome of poise, her house beautifully decorated, her table laden with healthy and delicious foods, her family’s needs all met, and her entrepreneurial spirit bringing in a little extra cash. At least, that’s how we usually picture the Proverbs 31 woman.

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When Waiting Equals Rebellion

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie GableLeave a Comment

I read a story of a man who had been convicted of murder and was sentenced to the electric chair. The day of his execution, the warden came by the prisoner’s cell and said, “You can have anything you want for your last meal.” The prisoner replied, “I want asparagus.” The warden says, “Asparagus won’t be in season for three more months.” The prisoner replied, “I’ll wait.”

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The Beauty of Worship Through Sacrifice

In Singleness of Heart by Rachel Hammett1 Comment

The air was a bit close in the room where they all sat, stuffed around a low table, relaxing as the meal came to a close. The candlelight flickered off the walls of the little abode, and the conversation has dropped to a low murmur. The door hesitatingly creaked open, and a small woman slipped in, carrying a vessel in her hands. Eyes followed her movement across the room, past the men, and to the head of the table. She was intruding in a man’s world, this small woman with her small box.

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Punctuality

In The King's Daughter by Abbi PasterskiLeave a Comment

Are you a punctual girl? What does it mean to be punctual, anyway? Punctuality is showing high esteem for other people and their time. Probably you have heard this character quality mentioned in relation to being on time for something, right? Punctuality is so important for girls to learn, but it is often missing from their lives.

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Misunderstood Hypocrisy

In Teens After God's Own Heart by Jackie GableLeave a Comment

One of the biggest misconceptions amongst Christian teenagers (or those simply raised in a Christian home) is about hypocrisy. Teenagers love to accuse their friends, enemies, authority figures, and everyone else for that matter of being a bunch of hypocrites. This idea of hypocrisy has a tendency to cause great confusion in the minds of teenagers. Most of the time, the word and Biblical definition are sorely misunderstood. I hope I can clearly explain things and not cause more confusion.