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Renew Our Vows     By Annica Liu        
Recall the love that brought us under God's grace since the beginning.

Worry-Free in God     By Arianna Huang        
Imagine your worries as a great big sack that you constantly heave around; your first choice would be to discard it. But why can't we seem to get rid of it?

Return to Glorify God     By ascents        
Do we tend to think that our faith is strong just because we turn to God for help? This author challenges the question by reflecting on the ten lepers Jesus healed.

In Tough Financial Times     By Becky Yuan        
Even though we know that God will provide, it is sometimes difficult to not worry during a recession. We may be anxious about job loss, shrinking investments, rising debt, or simply making ends meet. In these times, let us be reminded of the Lord’s promises . . .

Being Patient in Suffering     By Becky Yuan        
When working in the Lord’s field, we inevitably encounter challenging situations. If the difficulty seems too great to bear, we begin to lose patience. How do you handle difficulties when working for the Lord?

The Same Night     By Bethesda        

Fixing Our Eyes on Jesus     By Bethesda        
When we serve God, do we tend to focus on people or God Himself?

Spiritual Blind Spots     By Brooke Cheng        
Are you feeling content with your state of spirituality? Are you thinking that all is well with your faith and walk with God? Maybe you need to re-consider and check out for any spiritual blind spots!

Wait on the Lord     By Brooke Cheng        
When we hit difficult times, it is when we need to learn to wait on the Lord. Waiting is difficult because we fear the unknown that's coming up. Here's a good lesson on waiting on the Lord.

That's So Embarrassing!     By burninglamp        
Whether in church or outside of church, Paul and other workers set the example because they did not want to send mixed messages or become a stumbling block to others. Do we uphold this same principle today?

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