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Of Trenton and Providence by Brandon S Miller

Posted on Jun 17, 2014

Morale was low; desertions were high. Washington’s army was crumbling, and the onset of another long winter threatened the troops. America needed a victory, but it was far beyond man’s reach.

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You’re In Good Hands!

Posted on Apr 14, 2013

God not only gives us life in heaven; He tenderly cares for us, in the flesh, today. Healing our bodies, bound for death by the curse, is an integral part of God’s providence toward us. Indeed, the catalogue of medical discoveries provided by God is a veritable love letter, testifying to his passion for our bodies as well as our souls.

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It Is Well With My Soul: A Child’s Providential History Lesson

Posted on Aug 18, 2012

Grown-ups worry about lost jobs, bad doctor reports and politics. But kids worry too. The things kids are concerned about might seem smaller, like making friends, remembering spelling words, or wondering WHEN you’ll ever grow taller! But, in God’s eyes, kid worries are important. And the answer to everyone’s worries is exactly the same. We all need to learn that God is in control. No matter what happens, He is in charge of everything and His plans never fail!

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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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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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George Washington’s Christmas Miracle: The Battle of Trenton

Posted on Dec 19, 2011

George Washington once said,“The hand of Providence has been so conspicuous through this all…that [one] must be worse than an infidel and more than wicked that has not gratitude enough to acknowledge his obligation.” Read more about Washington’s Christmas Miracle in this wonderful article.

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