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The summer of 2015 was the darkest moment in my life, but Psalm 23 assured me that I was not alone.
This is my favorite text in the Bible. So much of life is filled with heartache and pain: loved ones whom I have lost, political division and strife, famine, and pestilence with the COVID-19 virus. Through it all, I find peace knowing that nothing can take God’s love away from me.
This verse talks about the glory of God, and how He has given us everything and every blessing.
God hears and answers you when you call. No matter what you’ve done in the past, He will answer you in times of distress.
I am the first of six children of Gilbert and Sylvia Spence. Much of the education we obtained was taught at home from parents who did not have an opportunity to obtain a college degree but were committed disciples of Jesus, the Master Teacher.
Bennie W. Mann, Sr., former Allegheny East Conference treasurer, recently passed away at his home in Pine Forge, Pa.
Love—one of the fruits of the Spirit—is represented in the parable of the prodigal son found in Luke 15:11–32.
This verse tells me that I can be content with the life that God gave me. I don’t have to envy anybody else’s life.
I told God how I felt and asked Him to answer me as my Friend: “God, how can I overcome this situation?” Immediately, a thought came to mind: Go read Hebrews 12:3–4.
We are worthy for the simple reason that our Creator says we are.