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"The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them." - Mark Twain Persons that do not want to be educated and learn how to read, is like a fish in water without fins. Reading provides a person to become self-intellectual. A Christian that does not read his or her Bible cannot say that they are close to God. Everyday reading of ones Bible will make a Christian KNOW God in an intimate way; Everyday reading of ones Bible will also make a Christian strive to LIVE RIGHTEOUSLY, and LOVE his or her neighbor. - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy
November 12


Margaret J. Harris, 19th century
To Him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by His blood, and has made us to be a kingdom and priests to serve His God and Father—to Him be glory and power for ever and ever! Amen. (Revelation 1:5b–6)
An attitude of happiness in life is a matter of our will. Abraham Lincoln once stated that “most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be.” Closely related to a Christian’s happiness is the determination to live a life of praise to God. The goal of every believer should be the overflowing of praise, regardless of the circumstances. Knowing God in Christ is the most compelling reason to have such a life. Each day is a new opportunity for offering a praise sacrifice to God. Instead of dwelling on the negatives of our lives, we should seek fresh reasons daily for praising our Lord.
Praise is our highest spiritual exercise. There is more said in the Scriptures about our praise life than even our times of pr…
God’s Anointed

“So Miriam was shut up outside the camp for seven days, and the people did not move on until Miriam was received again.” Numbers 12:15 NASB

For an entire week the children of Israel stood still. They made no progress in their journey. They didn’t break down their tents and they didn’t set them up. Nobody moved. It wasn’t that they had arrived where they wanted it be, it was they couldn’t move because of the disobedience of a couple of its people.

Aaron was Moses’ right hand man; Miriam was his sister. With Moses out of earshot, they began trashing him because they didn’t approve of his wife—she was a Cushite, and they didn’t like her. I suppose it is a sister’s prerogative not to like her sister-in-law, I mean Miriam wouldn’t be the first person to disapprove of a brother’s choice in a bride. But Miriam and Aaron went too far, they asked a couple of questions they shouldn’t have asked, “Has the Lord indeed spoken only through Moses? Has He not spoken through us as well?…