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Hope For Today – Being Compassionate and Gracious!
Hope For Today – Being Compassionate and Gracious!

Hope For Today – Being Compassionate and Gracious!

What is the first thing you remember about your dad? Is it his laugh, his smile, his anger, his grumpiness? First remembrances are often the most powerful ones … and they have the tendency to shape our life…

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Hope For Today – Loving Each Other!

Hope For Today – Loving Each Other!

You may have witnessed it this past Mother’s Day. Missing chairs where there should have been family members. Most of us have experienced the pain of broken relationships in our families … someone’s mad at sister Emily. That…

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Hope For Today – Treating Others Generously!

Hope For Today – Treating Others Generously!

Being nice to the people in our family can be a chore sometimes. Selfishness can get in and harsh words can be spoken. Relationships can be strained when we are not on our best behavior behind closed doors.…

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Hope For Today – Producing Thanksgiving!

I’m Dr. Matthew Lee Smith and I want to share some Hope For Today to encourage you on how to produce thanksgiving in the hearts of others.   Hope For Today is a part of the ministry of…

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Hope For Today – Be Thankful In All Circumstances!

Photo Credit: http://knowyourmeme.com   Have you noticed how easy it is to catch the “crabby virus” these days? One simple encounter, someone belches their bile all over you and, before you know it, YOU are crabby too! I’m Dr.…

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Transformed Podcast #280: Sunday School Focuses on Spiritual Maturity!

Someone has described the American Church as 100 miles wide and an inch deep – ouch! Spiritual maturity is truly to be a primary goal of the Church … … and in our New Year series, “When Sunday…

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Episode 128 – How Do I Get God's Guidance in Life?

  Welcome to the Transformed podcast. As we continue our 90 Days of Abundance! journey with the men and women of Pacific Baptist Church in El Segundo, California, Lead Pastor Matthew Lee Smith is answering the question, “How…

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