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OUR ALMIGHTY FATHER

Gen. 17:1; I Jn. 3:1 (Mt. 6:25 - 34) Some third and fourth-graders at Wheaton Christian Grammar School in Wheaton, Illinois, were asked to complete the following sentence: “By faith, I know that God is…” This is how some of the young students finished that sentence. A boy named Paul wrote: “By faith, I know that God is caring, because he made the blind man see, and he made me catch a very fast line drive that could have hurt me. He probably sent an angel down.” A girl named Amanda said: “By faith, I know that God is forgiving, because he forgave in the Bible, and he forgave me when I went in the road on my bike without one of my parents.” A boy named Brandon stated: “By faith, I know that

I BELIEVE

John 3:16; Proverbs 3:5-6; Romans 1:5 (Romans 1:1-17) To be successful in any endeavor, no matter how difficult or complicated the task, it is essential that you first learn the basics and that you then never forget the basics. An accomplished concert pianist still rehearses the scales over and over. A successful basketball team keeps practicing the fundamentals such as good passing and blocking out for rebounds. Several times a year pilots for commercial airlines – no matter how many years they have been flying – have to go back to class and practice in the simulator. The basics form the foundation, and if we forget the basics, cracks develop in that foundation and pretty soon the whol

THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED

Matthew. 7:13-14 A television game show that was very popular in the United States for many years and one that I watched often as I was growing up was called Let’s Make a Deal. One of the reasons it was so popular is that it really drew the viewers in. Contestants would be chosen randomly from the studio audience. The host of the show would offer the contestants various deals that they could accept or refuse. There was an element of mystery to these deals, which of course made the show more exciting. For instance, a member of the audience would be chosen and the host would say something like, “I will give you this $100 bill, or you can have this envelope that has ten bills in it.” The au

LOST AND FOUND

Luke 15:11-32 When I was pastor of an international church in La Paz, Bolivia, the church hosted a benefit concert for Fundacion Cardioinfantil. The purpose was to raise money for poor children in need of heart surgery. Performing at the concert was Collegium Musicum, a youth orchestra from Cochabamba, another city in Bolivia. The concert was supposed to start at 7:30. Of course, Bolivia is in Latin America, and so nothing starts at its designated time. So, when the orchestra wasn’t in place at 7:30, I didn’t think anything of it, nor did anyone else. Even at 7:45 I wasn’t concerned. By 8:00, when the orchestra still wasn’t ready, I began to get concerned. Finally, almost an hour lat

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