The Cup After Supper

“What a lovely building,” I said, as my husband and I drove by the cute little Victorian-era church in our new neighborhood of Kingwood, Texas. “I wonder what it looks

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Tithing our First Fruit

While working on this Precious Gem article, I recalled a section in my memoir Just a Little Girl that I’d like to share. I was asked to speak several times

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Learning His Ways

The Hebrew Bible is often mysterious and hard to understand. Most people realize the language is archaic and the traditions are foreign. But unless you know the multi-dimensional aspects of

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What Happened to Judah’s Brothers? A Closer Look at Family Ties

Abraham was originally a Gentile, a Persian from Ur. (What would now be modern day Iran.) There was no nation or culture of people at this time that called upon

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Filled with the Spirit – A Burnt Offering

I beseech you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed

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The Mikveh and The Baptisms

The Hebrew word, Mikveh or Mikvah is a bath used for the purpose of ritual immersion in Judaism to achieve ritual purity. Immersion entails a complete dipping into or a

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Trees, God’s Mysterious Connection To The Land

In Judaism there are 4 New Years Celebrations: First of Tishrei –Rosh Hashanah (New Year cycle – celebrates the creation of the world and advances the year) First of Nisan

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The Culmination of the Kingdom of God

From the time of the fall in the Garden of Eden, man has lived outside the manifest glory of God’s presence. At one time, Adam and Eve walked with God

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A Light to the Nations

The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?  Psalm 27:1 KJV There was a time when the nations did not know the Creator of the Universe, and Satan

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Watching and Waiting for His Return

Watching and waiting for God is more than just biding time as the world goes by. There is an actual purpose in waiting on God’s timing and watching Him perform.

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