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The Archangel Guide to the Animal World

For the first time since the golden era of Atlantis everyone now has the opportunity to ascend to the fifth dimension. As individuals, we can only ascend when we understand and honour the animals and the world of nature. We are co-sharing Earth and when we recognize we are all …

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How To Survive Life’s Greatest Challenges

We’re all on the road to enlightenment, each walking at our own pace and in our own time. If we’ve been on the path for some time, we can feel discouraged when, despite our best efforts, we spiral down and experience dark thoughts and emotions. This may happen due to …

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Why Is Hashimoto’s Disease So Misdiagnosed?

I wrote How To Heal Hashimoto’s to help people who are suffering from the debilitating effects of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Like many of the people I have worked with, I also have Hashimoto’s and have lived with it for many years. Overcoming the struggles that it has presented has been a major motivator for …

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How to Break Free From Stress – 5 Facts You Need to Know

There are many different stresses that can affect people today, including fears and anxieties related to world news, their jobs, families, children, money and health. Many of us have inflated expectations of what we should be doing or what could go wrong. On a personal level, I have noticed in …

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How God Became a Man What Jesus Did for Thirty Years

It is striking how little we know about most of Jesus’s life on earth. Between the events surrounding his celebrated birth and the beginning of his public ministry when he was “about thirty years of age” (Luke 3:23), very few details have survived. Given the influence and impact of his …

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Unless You Become a Child

“Unto us a child is born” (Isaiah 9:6), and as he lay in the manger, he looked like any ordinary human baby: a frail thing, eight pounds perhaps, and helpless, needing to be fed and washed and clothed. And yet, after all, not so ordinary. Few newborn babies have to …

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Why We Call the Worst Friday ‘Good’

It was the single most horrible day in the history of the world. No incident has ever been more tragic, and no future event will ever match it. No surprise attack, no political assassination, no financial collapse, no military invasion, no atomic detonation or nuclear warfare, no cataclysmic act of …

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One Painful and Beautiful Burial Obeying God in the Dark

We don’t often think much about the hours after Jesus breathed his last breath on the cross. During Holy Week we focus on the events of Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, and rightly so. But what about the long, confusing hours between when Jesus died and rose? We can at least …

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The Unexpected God How He Meets Us in Disappointment

Unmet expectations. They are the constant thieves of our happiness and contentment. One of the greatest evidences of human falleness and finitude is how quickly we expect the wrong things, or the right things at the wrong time. But the very heart and center of the Christian faith should remind …

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Love Is the Main Thing in Saving Faith

Love is the main thing in saving faith. Those are the words of Jonathan Edwards, and if they are true, life and ministry are changed forever. By “love,” he means love to God. And by “main thing,” he means “the life and power of [saving faith], by which it produces its …

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Three Lessons from the Farmer About Faith

My brother-in-law Travis, a farmer, daily dips his hands in the fertile south Texas soil that is his family’s very provision. In the current season, the realized hope of summer harvest has past, and the remnants of harvested crops have been destroyed, and now the soil he sifts in his …

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George Müller Did Not Have the Gift of Faith — Thankfully

George Müller (1805–1898) provided for thousands of orphans by means of the “faith principle” — which meant he would look to God and never directly ask another person for money. Nor did he ever borrow money — for anything. He was renown for peaceful trust in God’s provision, even when …

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The Priceless Gift in Every Trial

Few stories turn heads like solid joy in the midst of deep pain. Not only is this kind of unshakeable happiness a distinctively Christian experience, but it also amounts to one of the most powerful witnesses we can make before an unbelieving world. It’s one thing to describe joy-in-trial from …

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The Most Unlikely Believer in the Bible

The Bible tells of many acts of extraordinary faith. In the Old Testament, Abraham’s act of faith in offering up his son stands out to me as perhaps the greatest example of faith. But in the New Testament, I don’t even know the name of the person who, to me, …

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