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The Wilderness Wastelands of Doubt

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The dictionary defines doubt as a feeling of uncertainty, or misgivings. That is when doubt is used as a noun. When doubt is used as a verb it is defined as “to disbelieve, or to distrust”.
How many of you can honestly say that you?ve gone through life without ever doubting? You know you?ve never had an uncertain feeling?you?ve never had misgivings about something?you?ve never disbelieved or distrusted something” I didn?t think so ? in fact I highly doubt it! Every single one of us has had our doubts about something at one time or another in life. We?ve had our doubts with career choices?our marriage?our friends?the car we bought?or the house we live in?and even the things we believe in. The list could go on and on. The truth is, doubt comes up just about every day of our life. We can have doubts about so many things that sometimes our lives are defined more by what we doubt (or what we?re uncertain about) than what we believe.
But what does the Bible say about doubt? Continue reading

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Swimming good for the figure?

If swimming is so good for your figure, then explain whales…

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Keep on running…

Spotted on the back of a T-shirt worn by a member of the police bomb squad: “If you see me running, try to keep up!”

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Doctors practice?

Don’t you think it’s unnerving that doctors call what they do ‘practice’?!

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Genuine Faith in Christ

Facts alone, no matter how well they are presented, will never bring a man to Christ. Living in a day filled with skeptics and doubters on every corner our words of life must be filled with more than the “maybes” and “perhaps” or “mights”. Our life with Christ must be more than “fact filled” Continue reading

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