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How ‘Doubting Thomas’ Became My Hero

November 18, 2021

Doubt. As believers, it’s not something we want to dwell on. But we’ve all been there. Myself included. It slipped by largely unnoticed, but July 3 was St. Thomas’s Day — commemorating Thomas the Apostle, the disciple who famously doubted that Jesus had risen from the dead. For centuries, he’s been known as “Doubting Thomas.”

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Recognize God as Your Father

March 5, 2021

Jesus told a remarkable parable about two brothers. We find it in the Gospel of Luke 15:11–32. In the story, the younger brother takes all the money he can and runs off to some foreign land, lives a bad life and wastes everything. Then he repents and goes home. His father is loving and gracious

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Daily Lenten Meditations 2021

February 14, 2021

As human beings, we go to great lengths to take care of our bodies. But what about our spirit-being? We all too often neglect it resulting in spiritual hunger, poverty and ill-health. Millions of people all over the world, especially those following the Christian faith, observe the coming seven weeks as a time to deliberately

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Our Security and Sufficiency is Found in the Lord

January 14, 2021

Security in God’s Sovereign Hands God is sovereign, and we can trust Him to lead us. When we don’t understand what’s happening or when we feel insecure, overwhelmed, or inadequate in what God has called each of us to do, we have nothing to worry about. It is all in the Lord’s hands. John the

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Thoughts for the New Year

January 1, 2021

I was born and raised in the southern tip of India. Our home was situated by the bank of a flowing river, so flooding was a normal event for us during the monsoon season. I vividly remember one evening when my mother called to me and said, “Son, go and tie the canoe to the

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This Christmas, Be Reassured That God is in Control

December 25, 2020

I pray you and your family have a joy filled Christmas and may the blessings of the Holy Trinity be with you for the New Year! In C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia, the great Aslan tells the children that Narnia is really only a “shadow land.” As we look back at all the events from

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Don’t Let Fear Rule Your Life

December 18, 2020

From the time we are young, it seems we are always afraid of something—whether that thing is real or imaginary. It is natural, like breathing. We fear both the known and the unknown. And even though studies show most things we fear seldom happen, we continue to be afraid. Job was a man who seemed

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“Neither Do I Condemn You”

December 9, 2020

James and John were furious. These Samaritans had the gall to close their village to Jesus just because He was traveling to Jerusalem. Instead of being overwhelmed with gratitude that the Jewish Messiah would even set foot on their soil, they closed their doors. Convinced that these heathens didn’t deserve another breath, the two disciples

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Unity is Vital to Our Calling

December 4, 2020

In these days we are living in, it seems that strife, anger and division are everywhere. While the whole world might agree we are in need of peace and unity, signs of disunity and dissension are everywhere. In the midst of all the chaos, governments turn to force and strict laws to keep people from

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The Way Up is Down

November 28, 2020

If there is one verse in the entire Bible that speaks volumes of what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit or to experience the fullness of the Lord and have His rivers of living water flow out of us unhindered, it is Galatians 2:20— I have been crucified with Christ; it is

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