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Recently, a couple of ladies knocked on my door to invite me to Resurrection Sunday worship service coming up. Unfortunately, I had just gotten out of bed. It was my day of rest and I really didn’t want to be bothered. So I must confess I was a little rude.
Our God, Yahweh, is an awesome God. He reigns from the heavens. His footstool is the earth. At His voice the wind cease, the mountains move, the thunder sounds and humanity bows at His feet. Who else can command such respect in the universe? Who else is like unto our ...
Once there was a woman named Hannah, who was barren. Although her husband, Elkanah, loved her more than his other wife, she couldn’t get pass the fact she was barren. Elkanah didn’t understand. He thought he should be enough for her, but he wasn’t. He didn’t understand that when you ...
I love the story of Hannah because she showed strength and courage. This story is more than a story about a barren woman who wanted children. Yes, she did want children, but her hurt was deeper than that. Every year she made her way to the house of God to ...