When Faith Becomes Personal, God Makes Miracles Happen

Cima da Conegliano, God the Father
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It was a hot, sticky summer in Texas when I first felt the conviction of the Holy Spirit. I experienced a tugging at my heart that the Jesus I knew so much about was the Jesus I needed to know as the Lord and Savior of my life. It wasn’t business — it was personal. I…

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