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By God’s Grace The Star Spangled Banner Yet Waves…

Posted on Jul 2, 2012

The colors of our flag – red, white and blue – are said to be symbolic of important human virtues. But the stars, one for each state, are symbols of the heavens and the divine goal. They point beyond man to God, who raises nations and makes them fall. Learn how God providentially preserved our flag and our nation in this hymn of praise. A list of recommended resources is also included.

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The Providence of D-Day

Posted on Jun 12, 2012

Wars are often remembered for major battles, brilliant tactics and superior weaponry. But, in God’s providence, sometimes the victory is secured, not by power and might, but by weakness in a myriad of trivial details. Be sure to check out the recommended resource.

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Not Without A Witness – The Providential Salvation of Samuel Morris

Posted on May 17, 2012

Jim Elliot, David Livingstone, Gladys Aylward…great missionaries, greatly used by God. But what if they had never lived? What about those they never reached? Read about the salvation of Samuel Morris and learn that gospel is never without a witness – even when that witness is the greatest missionary of all, God Himself.

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The Titanic – 100 Years Later

Posted on Apr 14, 2012

As we mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, we should contemplate its sobering lessons. While we cannot be dogmatic in interpreting God’s providences, themes of self-exaltation and self-sacrifice stand out sharply. May God, and those who lost their lives, be honored as we allow these providential lessons to change our lives. A KidLit activity booklet is also available for viewing.

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It’s St. Patrick’s Day…and luck has nothing to do with it! The Story of St Patrick of Ireland

Posted on Mar 17, 2012

It’s not about leprechauns and corned beef: it’s a memorial of a man, wholly consecrated to God, who was providentially used to evangelize and transform the nation of Ireland.

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