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Blessed Are They That Mourn

  This second Beatitude follows closely after the first—“Blessed are the poor in spirit…”—and has a vital connection to it. We will look first at the meaning of mourn and then later we will show why true mourners are blessed … Continue reading

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Choosing Trouble Instead of Comfort

  Yielding to the way of trouble (when we know it is God’s will) may sound a little odd or even crazy, but God uses trouble for our good.  He uses it to discipline and correct us, to keep us … Continue reading

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There Is a Time to Rest: Working at Resting

  In my last post I wrote about how I have experienced God’s comfort while being sick.  I’d like to expand on those thoughts.  I think one of the main reasons why I have felt so content and so at … Continue reading

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Comfort in Sickness

I have been sick with a bad cold—sore throat, coughing, runny nose, weakness, the whole thing.  But I am writing to tell you that I am content with it all.  There has been a strange comfort, a sort of peace … Continue reading

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How to Find Comfort and Inner Strength

  2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 May our Lord Jesus Christ and God our Father, who loved us and in his special favor gave us everlasting comfort and good hope, 17 comfort your hearts and give you strength in every good thing … Continue reading

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