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How many times in your life has someone said to you, "Just take a breath!". As you prepare for and participate in Thanksgiving activities, may you be aware of God's presence.
Here is a prayer for Thanksgiving:
Lord God, you are the one who gives us each breath. On average, 22 000 of them every day. And we don't actually 'take' a breath. By your grace and through your creation, we receive each one ...
Some allege that the resurrection of Jesus was a hoax. We must decide whether there is a more plausible alternative than an actual physical, bodily resurrection. Much hangs on the answer.
I grew up in a Christian home, but as a child Lent was not part of my family’s spiritual rhythms. I have no history to fall back on in knowing how to observe Lent. It has been a process of discovery as an adult...
Watermelon, Handprints and Fireworks ... What do they all have in common? They are all elements of favourite Christmas memories and traditions from our MORE staff, from around the world!
Breathing connects us and reminds us to be forever grateful for the gift of life in relationship with the Creator and with each other.
Looking at the lyrics of 3 Canadian hymns, and reflecting on worship through music.
"It is not enough for most of us simply to hear the Word, or the sermon. If we are going to love God with our hearts as well as our minds, we need to accept the offer presented in Colossians 3:16: 'Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.'
God does not want us to be grim-faced galley-slaves; he wants us to be joyful.
A word that we hear might enter our heads, but a word that we sing will 'dwell in us richly.'"