Cross Walking in Centerville – Praise the LORD the Gospel Went Forth

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What happens when you go out cross walking, during the middle of lunch, at a busy intersection in Centerville, Ohio?  Here is a short recap of the LORD exalting HIS name and using me, Shane, as the vessel to do it.   3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every …

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Seek The LORD and Act

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As Christians, especially those who would call themselves reformed, like myself, we have a responsibility to plan (while seeking the face of the LORD) and be ready to act when the LORD opens a door for our petitions. The book of Nehemiah is a perfect example. If you have not read this great book, in GOD’S Word, for a while, …

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That Smile by Shane Sands

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That smile, that one smile I confess, is the single most dominating thought I have.  Several months have elapsed since last writing here on UCJ.  It was not for lack of want or desire.  Ever since returning form overseas it has been one roller coaster ride after another.  Then there was the transition from one job to another accompanied by …

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God’s Grace as Shown in the Life of Elisha by Don DeGraaf

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Please read 1 Kings 19:16-21, and 2 Kings 1-8 and 2 Kings 13:14-21 for background on Elisha’s life. The story of Elisha is one of grace, obedience, divine compassion, and personal miracles showing the tender care of a sovereign God.  Elisha is the prophet who followed Elijah, who appeared on the Mount of Transfiguration with Moses, as recorded in Matthew …

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  In a February 2016 Barna Study, it was reported that nearly half of non-religious adults perceive Christianity to be extremist. The perception that the Christian faith is extreme is now firmly entrenched among the nation’s non-Christians. A full forty-five percent of atheists, agnostics, and religiously unaffiliated in America agree with the statement “Christianity is extremist.” Almost as troubling is …

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