Posts Tagged ‘Bible’

6 Powerful Reasons to Read the Bible Daily

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There are a lot of helpful reasons why we need to read the Bible daily. Bible reading is not to accumulate biblical facts and trivia alone. God’s word or Scripture is rich in biblical truths and principles that we can use in our lives daily. Busyness is the top reason why many of us don’t read […] Read more…

I Have a Teenager at Home!

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I was a teenager in the 80’s. My concerns then were stiffening my hair with Aquanet Hairspray, listening to Janet Jackson’s songs on my Sony Walkman and reading about Craig and Darcy in my Sweet Dreams pocket books. My parents, particularly my mother, didn’t have a hard time disciplining or raising me and my younger brother… Oh, […] Read more…

Face to Face with a Grown-Up Bully

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As I prepare to write this post, I looked back on my childhood and I’m happy to say that I had a happy childhood. I couldn’t remember any friend, classmate or schoolmate being mean to me, grabbed my lunch or made fun of me. Come to think of it, I was blessed to be surrounded then by good-natured friends. […] Read more…

Why God Says No…God’s Answers to Prayers Part 1

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Oftentimes we look at God as a spiritual genie. We come to him with our requests seeking for instant YES answers. We expect Him to give in to our demands A.S.A.P. When we don’t get what we want, we stomp our feet like brats and sulk in a corner and say, “You don’t love me! You don’t care […] Read more…

How to Have One on One Time with God

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Have a you considered starting a new habit this 2014? For years now, I have developed this early morning habit of talking with God and reading the Bible. Some people call it Quiet Time or Daily Devotions or simply Praying. What is Quiet Time? It’s a specific time of the day (early morning preferably) where […] Read more…

Coffee with God

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My husband went back to school last week after a two-month vacation. I must admit that during these months, my regular quiet time has been erratic. It’s because I don’t have to wake up very early, 4:30 AM, to prepare for his breakfast and his lunch pack. I get a chance to stay in bed a […] Read more…

Quitting Homeschool—Not!

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In my four years of homeschooling Coby, I could no longer count the times I said, “I’m done!” “This is over!” or “It’s just too hard, I can’t do it anymore!” I guess I’m not the only homeschooling mom who felt this way at least once in their entire homeschooling life. Until one day, I […] Read more…