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Remembering Believers Suffering *REAL* Persecution

I am so surprised at how easily and over the silliest things I can turn into a grumbling complainer spewing discontent and criticizing everything around me that doesn’t go my way. I feel so “burdened” with having to be at work early or the can opener isn’t working right or the dryer is giving me fits. Heaven forbid…..I get behind a slow driver who can’t drive in the rain! Some […]

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Out of Intense Suffering, He’s Making Diamonds

Deep within the earth something magnificent happens. Far below the surface where there is no light and hardly any air, common rock becomes transformed into something exquisite….diamonds. Intense heat and incredible pressure create the conditions which form the rarest and most beautiful gemstones on earth. It was the same way as with our Heroes of the Faith from the 20th Century: Corrie ten Boom, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Richard Wurmbrand.   […]

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Heroes of the Faith: Jeremiah, the Weeping Prophet

There’s a first time for everything. Usually, in this Women of the Way space, we discuss and study significant women of the Bible. Sometimes, we even learn about women of faith through the stories of history. For the first time on WoW, however,  let’s study some men who were also great Heroes of the Faith. Just as if their lives were like a garden of roses, through their ministries, they […]

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