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The story of the wildlife along the “Golden Coast” is one of constant adaptation to the changes in habitat brought about by man—whether intentionally or unintentionally. Originally, back when the Indians were alone in this area, the shoreline wilderness was a mixture of old growth forests, swamps and sand dunes. The animals that lived here […]

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What is the Federal Vision?

The Federal Vision is a theological position put forth by a group of men who believe that current Reformed churches for the most part have gotten off track and have lost the true vision of the Reformers. They claim that the churches of the Reformation lost sight of the Reformers’ vision as the churches reacted […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

February 5 Read Daniel 3:13-18 Nebuchadnezzar, king of heathen Babylon and symbol of the power of this world issued an edict “Worship my golden image.” Three young Jewish lads, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were faced with the choice to worship this image or be cast into a fiery furnace. Did they attempt to compromise a bit […]

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Thirst for God

Imagine a day in early August. A healthy deer runs through the wilderness. He may be escaping from a predator that seeks his life. We do not know the exact reason why this deer is running, but we do not need to know either. We do know that the deer of which we read of […]

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The Journey

Men were talking; some were laughing in mockery. We paid them no heed. We were trotting, sometimes leaping, always moving to arrive without delay. Food was plenty on the way: leaves of every sort and flavor, dew refreshed to drink each day. Alone we followed the lead. Men were talking and still laughing, though strange […]

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