By Charles Spurgeon, often called the “Prince of Preachers”
The way that God keeps His people in security is not by shutting out their enemies from attacking them, but by sustaining them while engaged in the conflict. It is not much to preserve ones’ self behind a wall which cannot be scaled, but to stand where arrows are flying thick as hail, where lances are being pushed with fury, where the sword-cuts are falling on every part, and in the midst of all to prove invulnerable, invincible, immortal, this is to wear a divine life which cannot be conquered by human power.
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Linens, towels and sheets can have more than one life. When they are worn and frayed, and no longer useful for their original purpose, they can be recycled in many different ways. Here are 5 suggestions to get you started.
When you are working with a budget, saving on food costs is paramount. One way to lower the cost of your grocery bill is to utilize leftovers from your meals. Keep reading to find some useful tips for storing leftovers properly.
With all of the holidays approaching, our minds turn to family gatherings and food. Potluck dinners are one of the easiest ways to entertain. My family always did this for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Eve, and even the summer celebrations. That way, no one had the burden of fixing the whole dinner for everyone.
Here are some ideas and suggestions you might want to try if you decide to have a potluck dinner.
Here are two free vintage printables for your personal use. The adorable illustration is provided by Olddesignshop.com and comes from an antique storybook. There is a greeting card that is 4″ by 6″ when folded in half and three scrapbook tags. Continue reading
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God is not just a quick refuge from the storm but He’s the place where fear no longer has access to me.
Fear can’t catch what it can no longer reach.
But as a child of God I don’t have to live with fear taunting and terrorizing me.
Even as Christians, we often battle the enemy of fear. This excellent article by Lysa TerKeurst gives some valuable insight into this emotion and how to deal with it.
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