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October 16, 2021

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As we pray to God, turning our lives over to his wisdom and plan for us, we can ask for those things that lift us up, as we turn from negative emotions that drain hope from us. Read more

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In Genesis, we read about the creation of the “creatures of the sea, and the birds of the air, the living creatures of the land, wild animals and livestock of all kinds.” Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh discusses how God provides us with the encouragement we need when we’re feeling down. Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh recounts the six parts that make up the Armor of God as mentioned in Ephesians. Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh discusses Gideon, the fifth judge in the Old Testament, in preparation for Father’s Day on June 20. Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh discusses how Peter, who Jesus proclaimed was the rock upon which his church would be built, gave the first Christian sermon. Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh shares how Pentecost was the beginning of God’s gifting of the Holy Spirit to everyone who has come to believe in salvation through Jesus.  Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh tells the story of hymnist Major Daniel Webster Whittle and how his life is an example of God using us to shower others with blessings. Read more

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In this week’s message, Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh discusses how Jesus brought people together and accepted all, young and old, rich and poor, healthy and unwell. Read more

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Rev. Kathy Brumbaugh explains why, even when it is most difficult, faith means having the patience to wait and trust in the Lord’s plan. Read more

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There are two instances in the New Testament where Jesus brought someone back to life. This was not resurrection — as in a transformed body with new eternal life — but a reviving, bringing back to life someone who had died. Read more

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Jesus and his disciples have called us to love one another, and that love brings us into unity as we come together in Christ. Read more

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Traditionally, churches celebrate the coming of the Magi on Epiphany Sunday, two Sundays after Christmas. Although the Day of Epiphany falls 12 days after Christmas, which is Jan. 6, this year Epiphany Sunday is celebrated Jan. 3. Read more

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Known as the Star of Bethlehem, for centuries Christian scholars and astronomers have been trying to figure out just what the star could have been. Today, it is commonly referred to as the Christmas Star. Read more

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When we forgive, we are letting go of hurt and resentful feelings, as well as feelings of vengeance. To hold onto such negative emotions within ourselves, even if we should forgive someone, is to build a wall where the hurt remains, and reconciliation if difficult if not impossible. Read more

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Forgiveness is a wonderful word. It has such meaning and comfort for us. Psychologically speaking, to forgive someone or even a group of people is to let go of feelings of hurt, resentment and vengeance. Read more

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The New Testament puts it like this in Matthew 5:16: “Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father in heaven.” Read more

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Does God ever prompt you (nudge you from inside your mind) to do something? Have you ever felt that still small voice of God directing your path? Read more

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After becoming a believer in Christ, I worked at memorizing the Scriptures that spoke to me the most, and have discovered since that time that it is the Holy Spirit who brings to mind Scripture to us that fits our individual needs just when we need it. Read more

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