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Entering Into Death’s Shadow Valley is Dr. Matthew Lee Smith’s journey through the horrific process of losing his life-partner, Melodee Joy. It is meant to help others who enter this treacherous and often perilous path.
These books will help guide your daily Bible reading with insights into each passage you read.
Hope Enabler is the real-life story of one Christian parent’s struggle with a runaway child and the hope that God enabled her to have during the darkest moments of that struggle.
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Faith Publicly Praises One’s Spouse! “Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also praises her: “Many women have done noble deeds, but you surpass them all!” Charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who … Continue reading →
Faith Is Shielded By God’s Favor! “For you, Lord, bless the righteous one; you surround him with favor like a shield.” (Psalm 5:12, CSB) In the midst of the storm we either shine like lighthouses or we cower in fear! King … Continue reading →
Doc was listening to this encouraging song and being reminded that when the devil is pushing fear we need to be pushing FAITH. If you’re with us, and you’ll start pushing FAITH on your social media posts and stop pushing … Continue reading →
6 Scriptures on Accusation Searching the Bible recently, we discovered some interesting facts about accusations! We all suffer from accusers, and at times, we must admit we too have accused people. This spirit of our old birth, from our old … Continue reading →
“Mary said to the angel, “How can this be, since I am a virgin?” The angel answered and said to her, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you; and for … Continue reading →
In today’s episode, we explore the amazing world of social media for the Kingdom of God. Matt’s guest today is Brandon Cox, who is currently a Pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, where he oversees the content and … Continue reading →
by Dr. Matthew Lee Smith As the new calendars go up, we all feel something refreshing about ‘being done with’ the last year. Whether it was a year of incredible accomplishment or terrible hardships, a fresh calendar can breath new … Continue reading →