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“Oh don’t forget the rubies, the rarest of all gems. Is your crown radiating with rubies of reverence and respect for your husband? Is your crown ornamented with opals of openness, obedience, overflowing love and the oil of joy?”

– NANCY CAMPBELL

Proverbs 12:4: “A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband: but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness in his bones.”

Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible on Proverbs 12:4: “A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband,…. One that is loving and ch

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The timing of God's preparation for us is often not one that we could have imagined. So that also means that we could not have dreamt of the things that God has planned for us. Someone may probably ask why? Is it worth the wait? What god is preparing you for is worth the wait.

 

Waiting is an essential part of being a christian even before the people of God were known as christians. That was a major feature of our spiritual journey waiting for God to give a sign. We're waiting for God to move, w

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So what in the world is faith? Faith is simply acting like God is telling the truth. It's acting like it is so, even when it's not so, in order that it might be so, simply because God said so. And when we learn to move with our feet in faith based on what God has revealed we can see his power change our circumstances.

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by Shandha Woodard  

 

 

Amaziah: But I have already paid 7,500 pounds of silver to the Northern Kingdom's troops. What should be done?  Follower of God: Don't worry about the money. It is nothing compared to what the Eternal has to give you- 2 Chronicles 25:9 The Voice.

If you're anything like me, you don't have money or time for that matter to waste. So, I can relate to Amaziah saying, hey, what about the money that I've already spent, especially since 7,500 pounds of silver equates to $2,507,

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by PamFord Davis  

 

 

It wasn’t the first time Grandma Ford’s cooking came to mind. These thoughts are fresh so I’m compelled to rekindle memories. I thought of her yesterday while fixing my breakfast. Unlike most mornings, I wanted a big breakfast of eggs, grits, bacon and toast.

My husband Norm likes his eggs scrambled well or in vegetable omelets. He never has his eggs fried. On the other hand; I prefer fried, scrambled or French toast. I don’t buy bacon often; so adding it to breakfast yes

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by PamFord Davis  

 

 

It wasn’t the first time Grandma Ford’s cooking came to mind. These thoughts are fresh so I’m compelled to rekindle memories. I thought of her yesterday while fixing my breakfast. Unlike most mornings, I wanted a big breakfast of eggs, grits, bacon and toast.

My husband Norm likes his eggs scrambled well or in vegetable omelets. He never has his eggs fried. On the other hand; I prefer fried, scrambled or French toast. I don’t buy bacon often; so adding it to breakfast yes

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Being kind is the hallmark of a good person. Your mom probably taught you that you should always be kind to other people, kids, and animals, right? But in this stressful modern world, it’s not always easy to make kindness your top priority. It tends to go along with other things like patience and sympathy and calm. If you’re having a bad day or feeling stressed out, those are not easy feelings to live out. The best you can do is acknowledge your human limitations and resolve to be as kind as y

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The Kingdom Man's life starts with his personal submission to Jesus Christ. It starts with his fear of God. To fear God means to take God seriously as opposed to taking God casually. It has to do with the fact that you live with a divine awareness. That God is ever-present wherever you go and whatever you do.

It means that God's view, God's thoughts and God's Word comes on the front end of decision making not the back end And when you fall short, you go back to God and you confess it repent of i

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by PamFord Davis  

The pandemic has given us a heightened appreciation for first responders. We’ve repeatedly heard stories about the work of those serving on the front line. God is calling His people to prayer. Are you a first responder?

Do we think of prayer as the last resort or our first response?

“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and wil

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“Have you positioned pearls in your crown – pearls of patience, peace, perseverance and prayer for your husband? Oh don’t forget the rubies, the rarest of all gems. Is your crown radiating with rubies of reverence and respect for your husband?”

– NANCY CAMPBELL

Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on Proverbs 12:4: “Those who have grace, will delight in the instructions given them. …A wife who is pious, prudent, and looks well to the ways of her household, who makes conscience of her duty,

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When the world spins out of control and we feel helpless, may we remind ourselves of the faithfulness of our Lord. His love holds, wraps, and draws us within the safety of his passion and care for each one. Never lose hope as the sun shines after the storm and our Lord's life breathe new beginnings.
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You know if we go back to Acts Chapter 16: here's where we see you know Paul takes Timothy under his wing in Acts. Chapter 16,

 

And then later in Acts, Chapter 16, we're going to see Paul and Silas are actually going to go to jail, so paul and silas were wrongfully accused. They were there preaching the word to Roman citizens. Gentiles were giving their hearts to the Lord. They were Receiving Christ as their Lord and savior, and because of this they were giving up all these false idols. So the

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by PamFord Davis  

 

 

Busy, busy, busy!

Sometimes we might feel like we’re circus stars doing a balancing act.

Do you have the balance, flexibility and strength needed to keep from falling?

Maybe you’ve seen gymnasts on balance beams or parallel bars.

Easy does it (but it’s far from easy).

I speak from personal experience.

I was using the parallel bars in gym class. Never the athlete, I sprained my back. If graded on balance, I failed miserably. To make things worse, the accident happened

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