Monthly Archives: October, 2020

The Apostle Paul and Kenosha

I was reading along in my Bible this morning, taking notice of the events of the first trip Barnabas and Paul took to spread the good news of Jesus and the resurrection to those who had not heard.  Back in 40 AD or so, there was only slow news spread.  Most news like this of …

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Google or God?

I started my morning off singing a prayer.  “I Need Thee Every Hour” is a prayer set to music.  The melody is so simple and yet to powerful.  Here’s my opinion, for whatever it is worth:  we must understand that we need God’s help every hour.  We need God in the simple and in the …

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A Lamentation

Someone in a prayer group this morning pointed out this verse:  Lamentations 2:19 “Arise, Cry Out in the night:  In the beginning of the watches pour out thine heart like water before the face of the Lord:  lift up thy hands toward Him for the life of thy young children that faint for hunger in …

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