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Daily Archives: 3 September 2019
I noticed and commented on this thread on PrayTell. The topic is “praying against.” and a sample intercession reads: For our church and/or nation, that God may raise up shepherds after Christ’s own loving heart, and bring down from their … Continue reading
Joy is a difficult attitude for modern culture. If one thinks of laughter, too often it is connected with mockery of some sort. Happy people are derided often enough–the “pollyannas.” And our exuberance is on display when our team wins, … Continue reading