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An excerpt from the inspirational poem, 'The Race.' A true winner isn't the one who comes first, it's the one who endures and perseveres despite the hardships and difficulties.
A modern parable on the impact we can have on people by seeing others as God sees them - worthwhile, valuable and beautiful - regardless of how they see themselves.
The story behind the song 'How He loves us.' Through the pain and the anger of loss, we can begin to really know love when we realize that God first loved us.
Sarah was born with Spina bifida, and as her spine failed to develop properly, she had great difficulty walking and often required a wheelchair and leg splints. However Sarah had dreams of dancing and singing on stage, but the harsh reality of her life didn’t really allow for this. Sarah’s story is one of unfairness, of asking God how He could allow this to happen. But take a few moments to watch and we’re sure you’ll know someone who needs to be encouraged by her story.
Battling cancer for 7 years, Becky was determined to meet her first grandchild before passing on. She manages to do it just in time. A heart-warming story about life and death.
A young boy tries to comprehend death on the loss of his four year old brother. In the grief and loss he and his family experience, he utters the prayer “Be with me now.”
In some ways, it is a tale of the coming of age. A series of memories and the time that was and is no more. In other ways, it is the hope of a time to come. Time redeemed.
Joy is not optional. It's essential. So how does one attain true happiness?
Many people believe they have to do more and try harder in order to be good enough for God; yet Jesus shares the revelation that God has loved us first. It is because of his love, acceptance, and mercy that we live for him in gratitude for grace. Rich Tidwell presents a poem he wrote on why a relationship with Jesus is greater than self-righteous moralism.
2 Timothy 4:7
7I have fought the good (worthy, honorable, and noble) fight, I have finished the race, I have kept (firmly held) the faith.
1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foundation
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