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    Living Christianity Blog

    Why Did Jesus Curse the Fig Tree?

    A passage in the Gospels makes it sound like Jesus may have unjustly cursed a poor fig tree. But could there be more to the story—and a lesson for us to learn? As Jesus and His disciples...Read More

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    Teen Blog

    Questions to Consider Before Getting a Tattoo

    From a butterfly on an ankle to a skull and crossbones on a forearm, tattoos are a very visual and permanent way to express ourselves to others. Before getting one, here are some questions to...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    Are You Focused?

    What can we do to keep the lessons of the Feast of Tabernacles alive after we return to the daily grind of this world? In a word: Focus. Do you feel overwhelmed? Tired, exhausted? After...Read More

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    Teen Blog

    10 Important Questions to Ask About the Person You Want to Marry

    Whether you have someone special in your life right now or not, here are 10 questions to consider when it comes to choosing your future spouse. Marriage is a big deal. In fact, with the...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    Are You True to Your Word?

    We all have good intentions, but that doesn’t matter if we don’t follow through! Have you ever given your word or promised something, but didn’t follow through? Maybe you changed your...Read More

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    Living Christianity Blog

    At First Glance

    An experience at the bank revealed to me the complexities of making sound judgments. With all the things we don’t know, how do we determine what is going on in a given situation? I pulled...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    Working Through Language Barriers at the Feast

    La fiesta de tabernáculos! La fête des tabernacles! Ang kapistahan ng mga tabernakulo! In any language, the Feast is a great time for friendships. The Feast of Tabernacles is truly a...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    Pearls of Wisdom

    Years ago, I was taught some “pearls of wisdom” by my mother-in-law. I’d like to share some of those pearls with you. My first Sabbath service in God’s Church was a new experience for...Read More

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    Teen Blog

    Avoiding Spiritual Hypoglycemia

    I’ve learned spiritual lessons from my own struggle with type 1 diabetes. On July 23, 2014, I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and checking my blood sugar became the No. 1 way I stayed...Read More

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    Teen Blog

    The Greatest “Choose Your Own Adventure”: How Will You Choose?

    We are presented with many choices every day regarding how we will think, speak and act. Though we have the free will to make whatever choice we want, should we? Remember...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    What I Learned From Wild Blackberries

    Weeding my mom’s raised garden beds was a lot more challenging than I expected. As I got started, I realized that a wild blackberry patch had infiltrated the garden...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    A Lesson From Kate Spade

    Recent news of Kate Spade’s death showed that the perception and reality of her life were quite different. How might her death help us evaluate our own lives? I own a Kate...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    Abuse: Facing My Hardest Secret

    One of the most terrible evils of this world can cause its innocent victims to endure fear and undeserved feelings of shame all alone. A survivor shares her story in hopes of helping...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    The Onion

    I didn’t start crying until six layers into the onion. I don’t usually cry when peeling onions. Cutting them, yes, but not peeling them. But I don’t usually peel them layer by layer...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    Understanding the Enemy

    The Bible says the Christian’s struggle isn’t against flesh and blood. So just what exactly are we to be fighting against? Who is our real enemy? Pop quiz! You have five...Read More

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    Godly Women Blog

    The Women of the Tabernacle

    What can we learn from the wonderful example of women who willingly contributed to the work of preparing for God’s tabernacle? It’s fascinating to look at the various roles...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    Getting the Most Out of Your Camera—and Your Bible!

    Getting a new camera, or any other gadget, can be exciting. I found that learning how to use my camera was similar to learning how to gain the most from the Bible. Several...Read More

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    Young Adult Blog

    How to Step Out on Faith: Lessons From the Story of Barak

    The story of Deborah and Barak has interesting twists, but ultimately it is a story of faith and submission to God. Few stories strengthen my faith more than those that...Read More

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