All posts for the month July, 2018

Gems From Pastor Jim as of 7/31/2018

by Jim Hughes Prov. 25:27 Just as it is not good to eat too much honey, it is not good for people to think about all the honors they deserve. We do it don’t we? We think more highly of ourselves than we ought to. We get caught up in the thinking of […]

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Parker J. Cole’s Video Blog: Writing Tips for First Time Authors

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Faith’s Checkbook for July 27th: More than Mere Words

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “I wilt give you the sure mercies of David”   (Acts 13:34). Nothing of man is sure; but everything of God is so. Especially are covenant mercies sure mercies, even as David said “an everlasting covenant, ordered in all things and sure.” We are sure that the Loci meant His […]

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The Balance of My Life

by Suzanne D. Williams I got it into my head to buy a few paperbacks. I like the feel and weight of them. They are a tangible link to my youth and the old-fashioned idea of owning a book. Backing up a few weeks … my grandmother’s sister gave me her collection of Eugenia […]

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Author Video Interview–: Writing Tips

by Lisa M. Prysock Hello Grace and Faith for You family!  This interview quickly covers topics concerning beta readers, proofreaders, editors, and book covers.  I hope you will find the information useful and helpful to you on your writing and reading journey.    I can’t stress enough about how important it is to find […]

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Image Rich, Reality Poor: Behind the Story: Deep in the Heart

by Staci Stallings It’s amazing to me how different life looks if you ever bother to look at more than the outside surface of things.  In our world today we’re all so busy, and we get so caught up in doing things and getting things and having things that we forget what’s really important.  What’s really important […]

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Mary Findley’s Video Blog of her new Release The Captain’s Blade

by Mary J. Findley Hello! I’m Mary C. Findley, author of around 30 fiction and nonfiction works in lots of genres: Historical romantic suspense, Young adult historical, contemporary suspense, Fantasy/allegorical works, and nonfiction advice about writing for indie authors and Bible students.  Thank you for joining me on the GraceNFaith4You blog. I’m so thankful for this […]

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Faith’s Checkbook: Word to Him Who Halts

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “I will save her that halteth”   (Zephaniah 3:19). There are plenty of these lame ones, both male and female. You may meet “her that halteth” twenty times in an hour. They are in the right road and exceedingly anxious to run in it with diligence, but they are lame […]

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Implicit Trust

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “For I will surely deliver thee, and thou shalt not fall by the sword, but thy life shall be for a prey unto thee: because thou hast put thy trust in Me, saith the LORD”   (Jeremiah 39:18). Behold the protecting power of trust in God. The great men of […]

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New Release – God: Accused or Excused

by Tina Webb My husband finished the second book of The God On Trial series entitled God: Accused or Excused. The series discusses whether God is responsible for everything bad that happens.  As Christians, we can believe that God is distant, mean or arbitrary. We face situations that don’t make sense in light of the verse: God is […]

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