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Facing Terminal Cancer with Hope & Joy

A friend has pancreatic cancer and he’s thriving. He continues to serve God and share the gospel in the midst of his physical suffering. Learn from his example how you can thrive in the face of any affliction.

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10. A Stone of Praise

Stone number ten is a stone of praise and it’s found along the road that led into the city of Jerusalem. Read about the significance of this stone.

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7. A Stone of Deliverance and Memorial in Joshua

Perhaps no stone memorial is as well known as the stones at Gilgal, on the shore of the Jordan—a memorial of 12 stones piled high to memorialize who God is and His deliverance of His people from the wilderness into the Promised Land (Joshua 4).

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The White House: Shrouded in Color or Covered in God’s Word?

Remember the day in June 2015 when the White House was shrouded in color? (only six colors, it wasn’t a rainbow) Long before that day in 2015, and even until our time, our nation’s White House has been covered in something else–the providential blessings of God and the presence of His Word.

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3. A Stone Covered Well in Genesis

 When Jacob “came into the land of the people of the east” (Genesis 29:1), he encountered another, significant stone.  The stone covered the mouth of a well in a field with three flocks of sheep nearby (Genesis 29:2). 

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2. A Pillow of Stone and Rest in Genesis

  Another early mention of stones in the Bible is in the account of Jacob’s journey to Haran. Jacob spent the night along the way and used stones for his pillow. What’s the significance of this stone?

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1. Don’t Get Stoned Again!  A Stone in Genesis

The title of this article could mean a lot of things. Some might think it’s a warning about using drugs (it’s not).  Others might catch the wordplay on the song, “Won’t Get Fooled Again.”  But to ancient Israel, those words had a different meaning. They would have evoked a warning and thoughts about capital punishment.

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