Did you know we have a daily devotional?  Days of Praise is a daily devotional providing real biblical "meat" to strengthen and encourage the Christian witness.  Subscribe to receive it in your inbox or mailbox: http://www.icr.org/icr-magazines

Did you know we have a daily devotional? Days of Praise is a daily devotional providing real biblical "meat" to strengthen and encourage the Christian witness. Subscribe to receive it in your inbox or mailbox: http://www.icr.org/icr-magazines

This is the landing page for the 31 Day Writing challenge.  I will update this regularly and be sure to check back here if you miss a p

31 Days

This is the landing page for the 31 Day Writing challenge. I will update this regularly and be sure to check back here if you miss a p

Days of Praise: LOVING THE WORD | The focus of this particular stanza (Psalm 119:97-104) is on the practical effect that knowledge of the Word of God has had on the psalmist’s ability to give a powerful witness.

Days of Praise: LOVING THE WORD | The focus of this particular stanza (Psalm 119:97-104) is on the practical effect that knowledge of the Word of God has had on the psalmist’s ability to give a powerful witness.

Can you maintain a grateful attitude for EVERY day of November? In this freebie bundle, we're providing you a guidebook with daily Scripture readings, prayers and thankfulness challenges. In addition, a special Thanksgiving family activity, printables included!

November Challenge: 30 Days of Thanks

Can you maintain a grateful attitude for EVERY day of November? In this freebie bundle, we're providing you a guidebook with daily Scripture readings, prayers and thankfulness challenges. In addition, a special Thanksgiving family activity, printables included!

This incident is a perpetual reminder that “the Father . . . hath committed all judgment unto the Son” (John 5:22), not to any one of us. We are not qualified to judge others, since we ourselves are also sinners—saved sinners, perhaps, but sinners.

This incident is a perpetual reminder that “the Father . . . hath committed all judgment unto the Son” (John 5:22), not to any one of us. We are not qualified to judge others, since we ourselves are also sinners—saved sinners, perhaps, but sinners.

“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.” (Revelation 1:8)  In these days of rampant humanism, blatant materialism, and effete religionism, the very concept of an all-powerful God who created, controls, and judges all things seems anachronistic, but God is still there and is still the Almighty!  (Read more)

“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.” (Revelation 1:8) In these days of rampant humanism, blatant materialism, and effete religionism, the very concept of an all-powerful God who created, controls, and judges all things seems anachronistic, but God is still there and is still the Almighty! (Read more)

Your praise will ever be on my lips  Inspired by the beautiful song “Ever Be” by Bethel and bible verse Psalm 34:1. When we take a step back we have so many reasons to praise the Lord. Let this print remind you of His glory and how He is worthy of praise all the days of our life. -Different size options available #yourpraisewilleverbeonmylips

Your praise will ever be on my lips Inspired by the beautiful song “Ever Be” by Bethel and bible verse Psalm 34:1. When we take a step back we have so many reasons to praise the Lord. Let this print remind you of His glory and how He is worthy of praise all the days of our life. -Different size options available #yourpraisewilleverbeonmylips

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