The Heights of Hope: A Nickel’s Worth of Wisdom

I was blessed to be raised by godly parents who did their best to impart spiritual truth to me and instruct me in good spiritual habits, so memorizing Scripture was a regular part of my childhood. I remember learning to memorize verses at the dining room table with my mom and my sister. As extra […]

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The Heights of Hope: Memorize With Delight

“Blessed is the man [whose]…delight is in the law of the Lord, and on His law he meditates day and night.” – These are the first words you read when you open your Bible to the book of Psalms, and that is no accident. The person who makes the Word of God their delight and […]

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The Heights of Hope: Recipe for Redemption

There are a few holidays that last much longer than the 1 day designated to them on the calendar. Instead of Christmas, we have the ‘Christmas season” – It starts on Black Friday & lasts for over a month (although, I did see decorations out in September last year). Easter has the same feel to […]

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The Heights of Hope: RE:Purchased

He made it…all of it. What is it? Everything. He made everything. Everything I can see and a lot more that I can’t see. He made everything, including the stuff that He made the everything out of. He made Adam out of the dust, but only after He made the dust. He made it, created […]

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The Heights of Hope: Family Worship

If you are looking for “the next big thing” in regard to family worship, then you might want to skip this article and keep on looking. In our culture, we are constantly bombarded with new “stuff” like Windows 8 or the iPhone 5 (I actually like Windows 7 and the iPhone 4 is awesome).  It […]

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