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Comforters Needed

Miserable Comforters We often think of patience when it comes to Job. We think of all the trouble that happened to him by the hands of Satan and we think “What a patient man!” But not only was job a … Read More

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The Compassion of Jesus

The day after Jesus healed the sick servant of a  centurion in Capernaum, He travels eighteen  miles to a city called Nain. It is located on the  northwestern edge of a mountain called Little Hermon,  where the ground descends into … Read More

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Compassion

The day after Jesus healed the sick servant of a  centurion in Capernaum, He travels eighteen  miles to a city called Nain. It is located on the  northwestern edge of a mountain called Little Hermon,  where the ground descends into … Read More

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The Mercy of God

In last week’s article we discussed the terms “grace” (“unmerited favor”) and “mercy” (“compassion”).  It has been said that “grace” is receiving something that we do not deserve (e.g., salvation); whereas “mercy” is not receiving something that we do deserve … Read More

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