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There was tragic news out of Jerusalem yesterday. Two Muslim gunmen entered a synagogue...

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A blog post by Gayle Hoefker
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Now is the time of year that many in the United States begin to think about Thanksgiving. We are thankful for many physical blessings like safe neighborhoods, freedom of travel, abundant harvests, good jobs, and comfortable homes.

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A blog post by Steven Britt

Modern psychology has shown that our attitude can influence our perception of events, places, people and their motives--everything we experience! Our attitude is generally outside of our control and shaped by our prior interactions, unless we are keenly aware of our own prejudices and make a conscious effort to free ourselves from them.

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A blog post by Darris McNeely

There was tragic news out of Jerusalem yesterday. Two Muslim gunmen entered a synagogue with guns and knives and killed four and injured several others. The gunmen were later shot down by Israeli police. This is the most violent incident yet in recent escalation of attacks in the city.

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A blog post by Victor Kubik

If you're like me, it's altogether too easy to allow distractions. If I'm not focused, my mind can wander. How do we avoid that and offer up powerful prayers that "avail much"? (James 5:16).

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A blog post by Janet Treadway

Recently I hit the "six-zero." I had been dreading it for months. The reality sunk in that I have lived most of my life! Even if I lived to my eighties, that is but a vapor as I see time speeding along.

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Verse of the Day

2nd Chronicles 26:5

And he sought God in the days of Zechariah, who had understanding in the visions of God: and as long as he sought the LORD, God made him to prosper.

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DanielSnedden said...

Hi Frozen!
Welcome to the United Church of God website!
I really recommend that you order the booklet mentioned above
"God's Holy Day Plan: The Promise of Hope For All Mankind".
The scriptures that you mention are often misinterpreted. Many believe that Paul was talking about the 10 Commandments,...

Joy Mathew said...

Halleluia ! I enjoyed this sermon. I came to this site through Pastor David Schreiber. The bane of the modern world is nucleur familes. I have seen joint familes where 1st cousins live together and the bonding that takes place at childhood extends even when they are old. My father had three brothers and they had become...

andrekish said...

Hiya All. Don't worry overly about this 'coz some live in homes where Christmas is unavoidable. Then you simply have to get on with it and re-arrange your brains on how to handle it.

I use it as a pointer to the future. I love lights and stuff. When they get put up I'm not fussed. I remind myself of how bright life...

frozen said...

For the Church, the body of Christ, keeping Old Testament Feasts is optional:

Rm. 14:5: One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. 6: He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord; and he that regardeth not the day, to the...

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