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In His Own Words – Hope for Each Day

A Thirst for Righteousness

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness” Matthew 5:6
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Freedom from Darkness

Blindness became Major Scotty Smiley’s journey of supreme testing. “My world not only went physically black, but it went spiritually black.
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Remembering Ruth Bell Graham

Last month we talked about Ruth’s early years, her growing up, and beginning school years in China. How she furthered her education in Korea, then at Wheaton College, and how God prepared her to eventually become the wife of Billy Graham. However, those who had the opportunity to meet her (or read some of her …
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Staff Picks from Ruth’s Attic Bookstore: Celebrate America

As we celebrate America’s Independence Day we recognize those in our armed forces. “Blessed are the peacemakers” (Matthew 5:9)
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Share Your Photos – Daily Snapshot Challenge

Our version of the photo a day challenge starts on Monday, July 1. We hope you’ll join us.
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A Poem by Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham knew the importance and transcendence of time. In her book, “It’s My Turn,” an entry from her journal catches a glimpse into her prayers from that day. And she simply recalls, “There is still time.” She knew that her own life was one of God’s works-in-progress. Ruth once drove by a construction …
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In His Own Words: Billy Graham on Encouragement

10 Quotes from Billy Graham on Encouragement
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From Billy Graham to the Graduate

God calls us to invest our time, our very lives, primarily in people, not in projects or possessions. We are to behave like Jesus. He’s our example; He lived and died for others. Jesus told his disciples, “Lay up for yourselves, treasures in heaven.”
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Remembering Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham was a woman who many family and friends recall as the most godly person they ever encountered. Full of wit and a passion for helping others, Ruth passed on June 14, 2007. Ruth’s sister, Virginia Somerville, shared this about her: “When she was 13, Ruth wrote a poem about Chinese graves. It …
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Billy Graham: Why do prayers go unanswered?

Billy Graham answers: “Why is it that so many prayers are unanswered? In fact, I wonder if there is anything to prayer at all.”
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