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When God Must Imitate Man

“Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Up to seven times?” Peter asked Jesus, after hearing His instruction on dealing with a transgressing brother. Peter evidently thought this would be more than enough forgiveness, and expected to be praised for his “godly” attitude. How startled he was when Jesus replied no, not seven times, …

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The Day I saw the Lord, and Rejoiced

by Anna >> Wanda B. Goines My name is Anna or (Hannah), and I am called a prophetess. I want to share my most wonderful moment with you: The day I saw the Lord. Yes, I rejoiced that day! I had prayed for it all my life, and that was a long time, a very, very long time. But isn’t …

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How I Learned to Rejoice

by Ruth >> Wanda B. Goines My name is Ruth, and I want to tell you how I learned to rejoice in the Lord, and how He blessed me because of it. I was born in Moab. This is a little land east of the Dead Sea, with rich pastures and grain fields, and many flocks of sheep and goats. …

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Passover, The Sign of Jonah, and “Easter”

Passover, The Sign of Jonah, and “Easter” Fountain of Life by: Wanda B. Goines, March 1999 To answer these questions, we must first go back to the Hebrew Scriptures, which Jesus fulfilled to the letter, then read each of the Gospel accounts carefully, and finally look to historical sources. In so doing, we will show that: The Passover Lamb. “This …

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The Lion, The Witch and the Unchangeable Law

A Bible Study/Parody of C.S. Lewis’ book; “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” By: Wanda B. Goines, January 2006 The wicked White Witch rides brazenly into the camp of the all-powerful lion, King Aslan, with a cruel demand. She claims that the boy Edmund, whom Aslan’s army rescued within seconds of her beheading him, is a traitor. What had …

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Wanda’s Advent Candle Holder

“Advent” means “coming” or “arrival”. Traditional Christian churches designate the four weeks before December 25th, when we commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, as the Advent season. Although no one knows the exact date when God Himself came to Earth to take our place in death so that legally He could forgive our sin. Advent is a tradition worth continuing. …