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“… Two prostitutes came to the king and stood before him” (1 Kings 3:1). Solomon was now on the throne, sitting as ruler over the nation of Israel. How deep and wide was his authority? How available was this man to his people? From this report, his reign and wisdom...

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Our Trust, His Treasure

Let's leave all reservations regarding His reliability at the Cross, and decide once and for all to trust him with all our heart.  Only then will we - and others - see resurrection power manifested as the River of Life begins to flow from God through us to others.

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See, What You Do Is …

“Mom, I am playing with that brown boy – he’s nice.” So said our son one warm summer morning. He had just come off the playground at Rosedale Park just outside Baltimore. “Yes, he is. Have fun!” she told him, and so played out another scene in the process of...

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Our Friend and the Heart that Hears

Abraham and the son of Promise walked toward Mount Moriah. They were on their way to worship the Lord, and their worship would have to include a burnt offering – something would have to bleed for the sacrifice to speak for them. Isaac, the son given to Abraham and Sarah...

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Job and Our Redeemer

“In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. …” (Isaiah 30:15). Think of Job. Ultimately, his story is about how he knew God and came to know Him better. Here’s someone who suffered tremendous loss and pain in spite of doing everything he was supposed to do. He lived in...

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Resurrection Reports

The stone was rolled away. The tomb lay open and gloriously empty. The angelic world knew it, as did the Roman detail assigned to guard the place. Soldiers had been posted, the sepulcher sealed. And yet Jesus could not be confined. The women journeyed on the morning of the first...

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Weep

“The survivors of the destruction of Jerusalem, left in Judah after the banishment of their fellow countrymen to the Euphrates, seemed, for the time, overwhelmed by the calamities that had befallen their nation. The Temple they had thought invulnerable was burnt to the ground; Jerusalem, in which they had gloried...

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