Trouble Giving Thanks?

“Nobody likes me, everybody hates me, I think I’ll go out and eat worms!”

The mean things that my school mates said and did to me when I was in elementary school made me feel like eating worms. How about you?

I didn’t think about the loving Mama and Daddy I went home to or the dinner waiting for me. I didn’t remember my brothers and the joy I had as we played together.

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7 Promise-Powered Reasons to be Thankful

Thanksgiving is coming. Having trouble giving thanks today? Do you think it might be hard to get into the Thanksgiving spirit?

Like this quail surveying the area and waiting, we can survey our lives, pause to ponder God’s promises, wait for the Holy Spirit to give us understanding, and rejoice in the Lord’s goodness towards us.

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In the Haze of Our Days, We Can Praise Our Husbands

It’s easy to praise God, isn’t it? After all, He loved us so much that He sent His Son, Jesus, to pay the price for our sins, so that we could be with Him forever. He’s also worked in our lives in so many ways.

If we are honest, we might admit that sometimes, it’s not so easy to praise our spouses.

After all, what has he done for me lately?

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An Unexpected Gift

As each one has received a special gift, employ it in serving one another as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. 1 Peter 4:10

Gifts come in packages, but the cherished gifts come in surprises, words, songs, friends, strangers, and God. This week, we received a cherished gift. California Baptist University students and Fellowship Church used their gifts to bless.

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