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The Internal Regulator

Most new automobiles come equipped with some form of device or technology to control speed. These devices are called governors, speed controllers, and speed regulators. Years ago, they were put in most commercial vehicles as a safety device to limit the top speed a truck or bus could go. Today these regulators are installed in...

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Breakfast and a Warm Fire

Many of us enjoy camping, whether in a tent or in an RV. After a long day of hiking or other outdoor activities, nothing beats sitting around a robust campfire. The warmth of the fire, the stillness of the night, and the quiet conversation with family and/or friends is a perfect ending to any day!...

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Celebrate the Resurrection!

In just a few short days we, along with Christians from around the world, celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ!  All the blessings that come our way through the cross are confirmed by the resurrection. It proved that the Father was satisfied with the Son’s payment for our sins. Now we can know that our...

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More Profitable Than Gold

History.com recounts that the California Gold Rush was sparked by the discovery of gold nuggets in the Sacramento Valley in 1948.  It was unquestionably one of the most significant events to shape the early 19th century. As the price of gold continues to increase in the 21st century, Psalm 19 includes four verses that describe six...

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The Assurance of Salvation

How can I get assurance of my salvation? How can I know if I am saved? The Bible teaches us that the security of true salvation comes from God and not of ourselves. Salvation is based upon the grace of God, which brings us to faith and confidence in Christ, not in our feelings and...

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Providence Spring

Camp Sumter, commonly known as Andersonville, was a prison facility built in early 1864 to house Union Soldiers captured during the Civil War. It was set up to imprison some 10,000 Union Soldiers. However, due to no one keeping up with the number of prisoners being sent to Andersonville, it is estimated that 33,000 Union...

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Fear is a Liar

By the 1930s, Nazism in Germany was on the rise. German citizens, filled with fear, searched for answers to the economic turmoil, and blame shifting was common on the heels of Germany’s defeat in World War I. Adolf Hitler capitalized on that fear and orchestrated what he and his followers called “The Big Lie.” Hitler...

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Lessons Learned From Storms

Just this week there was a terrible ice storm that swept through the Southwest bringing widespread power outages and even loss of life. Various storms riddle the United States regularly during almost any of the four seasons. There are snow storms, rain storms, hail storms, wind storms, lighting storms and even sand storms. They are characterized and...

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The Power of God’s Word

“So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it..”– Isaiah 55:11 A story is told of a revival that would take place in a small country general...

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GIVE UP, GIVE IN, OR GIVE IT ALL YOU’VE GOT

Training to become a Navy Seal is considered to be the most difficult military training in the world. It starts with 8 weeks of basic training, 24 weeks of underwater training, 3 weeks of jump school, and then 28 weeks of intense qualification training. Only 6% of applicants are chosen, and of those only 1...