Where Are the Others?

By Barbara Rainey | October 20, 2017 | 3 Comments

Luke wrote the story of Jesus walking one day toward Jerusalem, hearing ten lepers shouting at him from a distance, “Master, have mercy on us!” Jesus instructed them simply but plainly “go and show yourselves to the priests.” As the men obeyed, walking toward the synagogues, they discovered they had been healed. Imagine their happiness, […]

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Breaking Bread in Their Homes

By Barbara Rainey | October 13, 2017 | 7 Comments

Living in a prosperous country is a blessing in many ways, but it has downsides. One of those downsides is entitlement, the attitude that says I deserve to always have all I’m accustomed to. Before Hurricane Irma hit Florida, a TV reporter asked a young mom with a baby on her hip what she feared […]

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Home With Us

By Barbara Rainey | October 6, 2017 | 1 Comment

Home is a God-created need.  Even if your home of origin was ideal, it was not perfect. You left that formative place with its memories both good and bad, and its creators, your mother and father, to go out and make your own. Though determined to forge a different home, a better one in one […]

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Who’s the Greatest of Them All?

By Barbara Rainey | September 29, 2017 | 2 Comments

Most of us know it’s socially inappropriate to brag about yourself. “Can you believe the arrogance?” one person might whisper to a friend upon hearing a lecturer or a politician glowingly tell of their accomplishments. Keeping from verbally praising yourself is a trait rooted in this verse, “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever […]

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A Victory Like No Other

By Barbara Rainey | September 22, 2017 | 3 Comments

In a few months, millions around the globe will be spectators once again as world renowned young athletes compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Not only are individuals competing but so are the countries they represent. Patriotism can unite people, and if what unites us is godly that is good. Recently on the MTV awards, a scantily […]

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