God has truly given us a reason to be happy, He sent His only Son to save us, and if we truly have taken Him into our hearts, then we should be full of joy! I have been reading the historical fiction books about Millie Keith and her family as they struggle through moving to a new home on the wild frontier. One of the characters in this book is Miss Drybread, who the Keith’s find difficult to get along with. Why? Because she claims to be Christian and yet fails to show the joy of one who has been saved. Those who are solemn and gloomy and telling of the bad things in life are not being at all grateful of the things God has given them, and that’s wrong.
Hey guys! I’m sure a lot of you are reading this while trying to stay up until midnight to see the new year! I know I’m writing this partially to […]
Hi guys, Sorry I haven’t written in such a long time! Between moving and summer camp writing on my website completely slipped my mind! Considering I haven’t written since April […]
Please open your Bibles to 1 John chapter 2. Verse 1 reminds us that we need to try not to sin, and that when we do sin there’s someone up […]
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