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Some Through the Fire

Faith for my deliverance is not faith in God. Faith means, whether I am visibly delivered or not, I will stick to my belief that God is love. There are ...


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The Freedom of Saving Grace

Saving grace makes a man as willing to leave his lusts as a slave is willing to leave his galley, or a prisoner his dungeon, or a thief his bolts, or ...


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Frederick Douglass on Escaping Slavery

Frederick Douglass grew up as a slave in Maryland in the early nineteenth century and experienced slavery's every brutality. He was taken from his mother ...


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Vulnerability of God

World War II was drawing to a close. The German army was sending children to man the lines in a futile effort to stop the allied invasion into their homeland. ...


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God Protects Prisoner

Aberra Wata worked with Christian youth in the southern part of Ethiopia during the time of Communist rule (1974-1991). He reported the following story ...


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God Weeps for the Lost

A Hasidic story tells of a great celebration in heaven after the Israelites are delivered from the Egyptians at the Red Sea, and the Egyptian armies are ...


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Creator Makes and Fixes Creations

When we were missionaries in the Philippines, we vacationed in Baguio City in the mountains of Northern Luzon. While there, we visited the St. Louis Silver ...


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Surviving World Trade Tower Two

Tuesday, September 11, 2001, began like any other day for Bethel Assembly of God (South Ozone Park, New York) deacon and Sunday school superintendent ...


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Ira Sankey Delivered from Sniper

When Ira Sankey was at the height of his ministry, traveling on a steamer in the Delaware River, he was recognized by some passengers. They'd seen his ...


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"Shrek:" God's Unmerciful Mercy

Shrek is a computer-generated animated film that celebrates the worth of marginalized people in our society. In the film, an ogre named Shrek (voiced ...


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