Consequences of Choices

By Ted Camp God has chosen to give everyone the freedom of choice. He will not violate His law as He would cease to be God. As the law of gravity cannot be changed, neither…

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Don’t Just Stand There, Pray Something!

Why pray? Some say, “I just do not feel like praying.” Well, the Scriptures command us to pray whether we feel like it or not. “Be careful for nothing; but in everything by prayer and…

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The Grace of God

What is grace? Bible Grace is God’s unmerited or undeserved favor and special love to undeserving guilty sinners. No one deserves or merits the grace and love of God – No one! It was God’s grace…

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Truth Remains Truth

You can be politically correct and still be practically incorrect. If thousands agree, it still does not make it true. Car tag: “God said it, I believe it, and it is true.” No, it is…

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Help I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up! 

As I read through the book of Psalms I noticed many times the writers referred to God as “My Rock,” “My Deliverer,” “My Refuge” etc.Psalm 18:2: The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength… my buckler,…

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Don’t Love Things, Love People

A plaque on my wall reads, “The best things in life are not things.” I often say, “Don’t love things, love people.” Luke 12:16-20 tells the parable of a foolish farmer who loved and lived for things. Notice the absence of God, family,…

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Power of Choice

Choose you this day whom ye will serve…” (Josh. 24:15). Each day we all must make the choice of whom we will serve. It is a personal choice only you can make. Making no choice is still a choice. One of the greatest powers you possess is the power…

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You Cannot Please Everyone

Do you try to please everyone? A lesson from Aesop’s fables. Aesop tells the story of an old man and his son bringing a donkey to market. Passing some people on the way, they hear a remark, “Look at that silly pair…

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Let It Be Known

The three Hebrew children were hostages in an ungodly Babylon. The king signed a national decree that all must bow and worship his ninety-foot idol. All looked at the three standing Hebrew children because they would not kneel.…

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He Is Risen Indeed

Christmas and Easter are the two most celebrated days in Christianity. How did they begin? Both celebrations were adapted from two annual secular world celebrations of natural events. One natural event was celebrated on December…

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