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Andrew Gilmore
Helping you fulfill your destiny for the glory of God
Helping you fulfill your destiny for the glory of God

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5 Reasons You Should Think Twice Before Skipping the Book of Numbers
The fourth book of the Bible gets a bad rap. First, there’s the title. The word “numbers” scares away math phobic people to begin with. And even if you’re not afraid of arithmetic, who would want to read an entire book called Numbers? Jazmin Quaynor For tho...

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Why You'll Never Hear the Fourth Verse of the Star-Spangled Banner
Freedom is the cornerstone of Christianity. Brennan Manning [1] Alex Martinez To hear my pastor tell it, America, as she stands today, is a post-Christian nation. When I first heard him say so a couple of years ago, I pushed back against his assertion, citi...

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Are You Afraid of the Holy Ghost?
When I hear of modern day “prophets” or faith healers, I cringe. When I read about the spiritual gift of healing or speaking in tongues, I scoff. I tend to reject these things outright. Toa Heftiba And yet, the Bible—a collection of books I hold to be authe...

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Why Was Jesus Baptized?
Had it not been for actor Simon Pegg’s loose lips, Daniel Craig’s cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens might still be a secret—a private joke among cast and a personal thrill for Craig, famous for his role as James Bond in Spectre and Skyfall . Alexander S...

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What I Read In 2016
One of the reasons I wanted to become an author is because of my love of reading. I am fascinated by books, and can’t visit someone’s home or office without spying what’s on his or her shelf. (Don’t take me to a library unless you’re in it for the long haul...

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Restoring the Samaritan In Each of Us
I harbor a deep dark resentment in my heart for a certain type of people. Whether I know them or not, I prejudge them. They are the dregs of society. A scourge on decency and an abomination. Aidan Meyer I’m referring, of course, to fans of the Denver Bronco...

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What God Can't Do
I'm posting over at today on What God Cannot Do . Here's how it starts: Around the dinner table one evening my nine-year-old said, “God can do anything.” “That’s technically wrong.” I told him. There is one thing God cannot do. He cannot contradi...

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6 Common Expressions We Borrowed From the Book of Matthew
Whether a student of the Bible or not, one cannot deny the titanic impact the collection of books has had on the English language (and the entire Western world in general). As one of the earliest forms of literature, these Hebrew and Greek writings set the ...

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Does God Ever Seem Unreachable?
The lovely Debra Pedrow is featuring an article of mine on her website today about a time when a classmate and I failed to summit a volcano in the Mexican wilderness. Anton Repponen Here's how it begins: In 1943 a Mexican farmer named Dionisio Pulido smelle...

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Are We Alienating People from Christ?
One of the things they don't tell you when you're a teenager trolling the shelves at Barnes and Noble, envisioning your name on one of the covers, is the amount of marketing you have to do when you're an author. They really should train the staff to spy out...
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