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Praying for Your Children

Praying for Your Children

Today is a special day for our family. Our twenty-eight-year-old son is getting married this afternoon. Our Daughter, now twenty-nine, was married just about two years ago. We dearly love our son-in-law, and our soon-to-be daughter-in-law. We are truly thankful to the...

Rebellious at Heart

Rebellious at Heart

The Hebrew word often translated as “rebellious” in the Old Testament seems to have at its root the sense of bitterness. This makes sense. Those who rebel against something, such as authority, are not happy with the way things are. They want change. The difference...

On Being Faithful

On Being Faithful

I’m new to the world of social media. I’ve enjoyed using Instagram (IG) as a way to meet new people. We also use it to let members of the wider military, law enforcement, and security community know about Panoplia.org and the articles we post. When I run across an...

Things Above

Things Above

As you well know, this year has had more than its share of challenges. Millions have either lost their lives or been severely impacted in other ways by the global pandemic. There’s unrest and fighting in the streets, and many individuals are struggling with health...

Staying on the Path

Staying on the Path

Literary works penned by exceptional writers often stand the test of time. A few become classics and are enjoyed by generations of readers. Some of the best provide imagery that help us visualize important concepts. An outstanding example is a work known as “The...

The Fruit of God’s Presence

The Fruit of God’s Presence

In February 2020 we posted an article titled, “The Lost Art of Waiting.” In this, we described how while living overseas we developed a taste for papaya. Since the varieties sold in the USA are so expensive and somewhat tasteless, we decided in September 2019 to plant...

What Would You Ask For?

What Would You Ask For?

Imagine for a moment that God appeared to you, and in great kindness asked what you would like him to do for you. There are at least two times recorded in the Bible when a situation like this took place. One appears in the Old Testament, and one in the New Testament....

Supernatural Peace

Supernatural Peace

In the 1840s a poet named Henry Wadsworth Longfellow penned a work titled, “The Rainy Day.” It’s said that he did so while recalling the death of his young wife as she suffered a miscarriage. In the first two stanzas Longfellow speaks of how dark and dreary his life...

Degrees of Faith

Degrees of Faith

It’s clear from the New Testament that not everyone whom Jesus encountered had the same degree of faith. He commended some for their faith, while he rebuked others for their lack of it. Our English word faith has its roots in the Latin “fidere,” which means to trust....

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