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We may never know why things happen. But one thing we know for certain: God makes all things work together for good for those who love HIm.
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If you want to have power for Godly living, regularly engage in this crucial discipline. Seek the LORD and His strength; seek His face continually.
By Sandra Sheridan | |
During my childhood and teen years, I spent many delightful weeks each summer at a camp in Halstead, PA. All year long I would look forward to returning to this peaceful haven where I enjoyed Christian friends as well as God’s beautiful creation. Camp Iroquoina was located down a long, windy, and dusty road nestled in the Pocono Mountains. My time there shaped my life in more ways than one.
By Sandra Sheridan | | ,
Looking through my photos the other day I found a picture I had taken a few summers ago. I snapped it because it was so unusual. On our side porch where the concrete pad meets the brick wall a petunia plant had grown up and blossomed with vibrant pink flowers. This beautiful gift from God had sprung up from a crack in the barren, dead concrete.