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Ezekiel 18: God’s Message of Hope . . . If You Think there’s No Hope for You

I want to talk to you about one of my favorite chapters in the entire Bible: Ezekiel 18. If you think you’re a goner, destined for the eternal flames of hell, this is the chapter for you. Ezekiel 18 delivers

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Suffering, Struggle, and Hope: The Example of Ismail Khalif Abdulle

Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it. —Helen Keller, in a 1903 article titled “Optimism.” The Al-Shabaab terror group made headlines last month with its horrific massacre at the Westgate shopping

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Posted in Current Events, Pain and Suffering

Divine Providence, by Emanuel Swedenborg

How can a loving God allow so much evil in the universe? What is the purpose of all the pain and suffering we humans endure? Does God have a plan for us? If you’ve ever wondered how an all-loving and

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Light In My Darkness, by Helen Keller

This lyrical, mystical, and highly spiritual book is one of my all-time favorites: Light In My Darkness By Helen Keller

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