Releasing bitterness and embracing grace

It was the week before his freshman year would begin, and Bruce Goodrich was being initiated into the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University. One night, Bruce was forced to run until he dropped…

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How to overcome life’s toughest struggles

A little boy was playing in his sandbox one day. While he was playing, he discovered a large rock in the middle of the sandbox…

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I am a senior citizen and I don’t have much money to spend on others at Christmas. What are some ways that I can minister to those around me on a limited budget?

First, one of the best ways to minister to those around you is through prayer. James 5:16 says, The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective…

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Our Gift to Help You Win the War Against Worry

The Bible expressly tells us not to be anxious. But if we’re really honest with ourselves, we’d have to admit it can be a struggle. So how can you find real and lasting victory in the battle against worry and anxiety… especially when there’s so much to be worried about? We want to help you answer that question…

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How do you deal with worry in your own life?

One thing I’ve learned is to remember the very simple phrase, “Let go and let God.” When I’m tempted to worry about something, I remind myself that God is sovereign in all circumstances, and that He’s for me, not against me. Because of that powerful truth, I can give it all—our finances, our health, our security—to Him, trusting He’ll work it out for our good and His glory.

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How can I manage my worry when there’s so much to be anxious about?

It does often seem like there are many reasons to worry. I know seniors who worry often about what’s going to happen to them financially, whether their health is going to get worse, or if someone is going to take advantage of them. But the worries and anxieties that concern many people are typically based less in reality and more in fear.

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Finding Freedom from Worry

A wealthy businessman was crossing the street one day when he saw a black cat coming toward him. Being the superstitious person he was, he stepped aside to let the cat pass. He spent the rest of the day at work worried about his encounter with the cat. Was he going to have bad luck in his next business deal? Would this ruin him financially?

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Preparing for your heavenly home

It’s often very difficult for family members to make decisions after the death of a loved one, so Senior Living has put together some helpful suggestions for planning your own funeral. This ensures your desires and wishes are carried out after your departure, and that your family and friends can avoid undue stress after you go home to be with the Lord. Here are some helpful questions to consider…

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I am really frightened at the thought of death. How can I be assured that I will spend eternity with God?

I hear this question quite often because there are many seniors who are anxious about the thought of dying. I always respond by simply saying that if they have placed their faith in Christ, then there is no reason to doubt. If you have truly made that decision, confessed Jesus as your Lord, and believe […]

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Staying faithful when you’re persecuted

Hugh Latimer, the famous early Anglican bishop, once preached before King Henry VIII. Henry was greatly displeased by the boldness in the sermon and ordered Latimer to preach again…

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