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Find Joy at All Times star
Joy and happiness are often mistaken for each other. It is possible to have joy, even when there is no happiness. Some wonder how that could be possible.

Love in the Air star
Love is in the air. Couple meet, date, fall in love and get married. Without God, unwise decisions can be made with detrimental consequences.

Overlooking the Past star
There are times in our lives that we meditate on things that happened in our past. We think on the what ifs of life. These meditations can cause us to become filled with regret. There is a way to move away from the what if’s in life to a life filled with peace and satisfaction.

Prioritizing Your Time star
We live in a busy world. Everything is hustle and bustle all of the time. We only have 24 hours in the day. Of course we know that we are not in control of the numbers of hours in the day. Although we are in control of the way we spend our time during that day.

Sinking Fast star
At some point in your life you might ask, "Lord, where are you?" You may feel as if you are sinking fast. The Lord said that he will never leave you nor forsake you.

Surrounded by the Enemy star
In the wake of active shootings, road rage, natural disasters, and so much more going on in the world today, some of us tend to get discouraged. We need to know that we are not alone. We must still have love and peace in our hearts.

When Christmas is Un-Merry star
Christians who cannot find joy because of past hurts must understand the significance and meaning of the the birth of Christ. Therefore, instead of lifting up the pain of the past, let us discover the "four things we should be lifting up at Christmas" (Guy Lipkins) that will fill us with His joy.

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