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January 2015

Number 32


River Reflection

A River out of Eden by Jim Cole-Rous

"In the language of China there is hardly a more suggestive or challenging word than crisis. It is made up of two characters, way gee. Each of these is half a word, the first being danger and the second opportunity. Hence a "crisis" is literally a "dangerous opportunity." Last week I was driving down a main boulevard...

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Loaves of Bread

How do You Talk to God? by Kim Martinez

I had never heard someone speak to God in a familiar way. I thought God was on some massive throne, so you had to talk to Him like He was at the other end of a throne room - and He may or may not let you enter. How do you talk to God? Do you see Him as a parent to appease? A judge to fear? A friend to whisper with?

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Hole in wall

Empty Holes by Nancy Stevens

Astronomers at the University of Minnesota recently discovered a gigantic hole in the universe, an expanse nearly a billion light-years across of emptiness. This desolate area contains no stars, galaxies, gas, or even dark matter. The Bible teaches that God is present everywhere--even in dark, desolate places. He has a purpose for everything that He allows.

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Forgiveness

Forgiving as We Have Been Forgiven by Bob Caldwell

Was Jesus serious? Did He literally mean that if I fail to forgive someone who has wronged me, then God would not forgive me and I would go to hell? I hope not, but even if He was exaggerating the point, Jesus certainly wanted us to understand how important it is to forgive others.

— BOB CALDWELL | CLICK HERE TO READ The FULL ARTICLE …

Prison Cell

Coming in February: The First Valentine by Bob Strand

Valentinus was devoted to Christ and refused to worship false gods, so he was imprisoned and sentenced to die. During the last weeks of Valentinus' life, the jailer knew he was an educated man, and asked if he could bring his daughter, Julia, for tutoring. She had been blind since birth but had a quick mind. So Valentinus read her stories of Rome's history and told her about God. She, for the first time began to see the world through his eyes. "Valentinus, does God hear our prayers?" Julia asked one day.

BOB STRAND

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