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    Read: Psalm 146:3 Do not put your trust in princes, in human beings, who cannot save.

    Election Fever on My Mind

    I’ve always thought of myself as a “rational voter”. Instead of being swayed by election rhetoric and controversies, I’ve always tried to focus on what I believe should ultimately win my vote: who can do a better job. (And I really mean…

    5 Unexpected Lessons COVID-19 Taught Me

    Marvin Williams

    When Our Daily Bread author Marvin Williams and his wife contracted the coronavirus, he discovered some new lessons about God and his own faith.

    COVID-19 is a difficult but masterful teacher. On March 29, my wife and I tested positive for the virus. When our doctors called us with our test results, we experienced a wide…

    Lockdown Essentials: What Could Christians be Doing Now?

    Ajith Fernando

    While the Bible does not dwell much on the “whys” of things like epidemics, it clearly teaches that when there is a great need, Christians must seek to be involved. Our God is a God who acts, and He often acts through us.

    Let us look at 10 things we could do at…

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    COVID-19 and Psalm 91: Ajith Fernando

    Many people are asking today about whether we can quote Psalm 91 to assure ourselves that we will be freed from the Corona Virus. Let's look at this issue scripturally.

    In the Bible there are promises, principles and commands that are generally true, but which have exceptions. The general commands to obey parents “in everything” (Colossians…

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