Debi Collins

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Read and Study the Bible Online - Search, Find Verses

<b>2</b> “The LORD is my strength and my defense ; he has become my salvation. He is my God, and I will praise him, my father’s God, and I will exalt him.

6 Critical Truths to Understand about Anger - Mark Altrogge

<b>The Bible has a lot to say about anger.</b><p>I don’t mean righteous anger, the kind of anger we can experience toward injustice or evil but sinful anger. …

There's now a dating web site for people like me... eMisery.

Biblica - The International Bible Society

Daily #BibleStudy<br>Invitation to the book of #Genesis<p>The Bible opens with a grand story. In fact, it actually runs continuously from the book of …

10 Indications a Church is Making Disciples - Ron Edmondson

I’ve often heard people say you can’t measure discipleship. I don’t know if that’s true.<p>It is true that you can’t necessarily put a number or …

Biblica - The International Bible Society

Reading 97: The Gospel According to #Mark<p>When Jesus rose early on the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had …


Today is "Work Like a Dog Day," which makes tomorrow "Nap Like a Cat Day."


Today is "Work Like a Dog Day," which makes tomorrow "Nap Like a Cat Day."

I hired a pool boy for the summer. Next year I'm hoping to afford the pool.

I just need the courage to face whatever comes my way. That's why I'm so glad God is my Rock.


I'm banned from the state fair. Apparently, you're supposed to throw the balls at the milk jugs.


The last game I attended I was on Kiss Cam. The whole stadium saw me kiss a twenty goodbye for a beer.

Grandma Raised In The South

Have you ever noticed... Recipes are like a dating service. They never end up looking like the picture. ●▬▬▬'LIKE', SHARE, TAG ▬▬▬● #recipes …

Jill Shalvis

This really requires zero explanation.

Read: Acts 28:11-16, 30-31 While reading the obituary of Eugene Patterson, Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of the Atlanta Constitution from 1960 to 1968, I was struck by two things. First, for many years Patterson was a fearless voice for civil rights during a time when many opposed racial equality. In addition, he wrote a column every day for 8 years. That’s 2,922 newspaper columns! Day after day, year after year. Courage and consistency were key factors in the impact of his life. We see those same qualities in the apostle Paul. Acts 13–28 records his bravery in one harrowing situation after another. After being shipwrecked on his way to stand trial before Caesar, he landed south of Rome, where many brothers in Christ came to meet him (Acts 28:11-15). “When Paul saw them,” Luke wrote, “he thanked God and took courage” (v.15). During the next 2 years as a prisoner, Paul was allowed to live in his own rented house where he “received all who came to him, preaching the kingdom of God and teaching the things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ with all confidence” (vv.30-31). Every follower of Jesus can be a consistent giver and receiver of courage. The Lord can use us today to encourage and strengthen each other. -David McCasland O keep up your courage, each day to the end; Go forth in the strength of the Lord; Trust wholly in Jesus, thy Savior and Friend, And feed on His own blessed Word. —Miles When people share their fears with you, share your courage with them. Bible in a Year: Psalms 46-48; Acts 28

My water bill isn't too bad this summer. My tequila bill on the other hand...

I just can't help myself. Thinking about the future gets me excited. Hello, Monday. Jesus is coming!

Some people say, "The best is yet to come." In Christ, we can say that with complete confidence.

What Must Someone Believe in Order to Be Saved? - Topical Studies

<b>What are the most basic things a person needs to believe in order to be saved?</b><p>Paul says, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved." He …

Why Jesus - Casting Crowns Mark Hall



I'd get rid of cable, but what if those guys actually find Bigfoot?