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Saturday, April 25th 2015

A weekly article, only on Sunday, that delivers a spiritual message

That Is Mine – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for April 12, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by Lawrence Darmandi. ********************* The Nile of Africa, which spans 6,650 kilometers (more than 4,100 miles) and flows northward across several northeastern African countries, is the world’s longest river. Over the centuries, the Nile has provided sustenance and livelihood for millions of citizens in the countries it passes through. Currently, Ethiopia is building what will become Africa’s largest hydro-power dam on the Nile. It will be a great resource for the area. Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, claimed to […]

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Come To Me – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for April 5, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by Jennifer Benson Shuldt. ******************** Charlotte Elliott wrote the hymn “Just As I Am” in 1834. She had been an invalid for many years, and though she wanted to help with a fund-raiser for a girl’s school, she was too ill. She felt useless, and this inner distress caused her to begin doubting her faith in Christ. She wrote “Just As I Am” as a response to her doubt. The crux of her distress is perhaps best expressed in […]

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Who Are You – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for March 29, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by: David C. McCasland. ********************** From time to time, we read of people who are offended at not being treated with what they consider due respect and deference. “Do you know who I am?” they shout indignantly. And we are reminded of the statement, “If you have to tell people who you are, you probably really aren’t who you think you are.” The polar opposite of this arrogance and self-importance is seen in Jesus, even as His life on […]

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The Family of Faith – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for March 22, 2015, “Our Daily Bread” by David C. McCasland. ************************ During the 1980s, a singles’ class at our church became a close-knit family for many people who had lost a spouse through divorce or death. When someone needed to move, class members packed boxes, carried furniture, and provided food. Birthdays and holidays were no longer solitary events as faith and friendship merged into an ongoing relationship of encouragement. Many of those bonds forged during adversity three decades ago continue to flourish and sustain individuals […]

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