A young mother Moira met years ago, admitted that she was addicted to soap operas on television.
She actually barricaded the room where she watched her "stories" each afternoon, so that her young son wouldn't disrupt the dramas. "I watch all the troubles they go through and realize my life isn't so bad after all" she said."
If you are a regular viewer of 100 Huntley Street, you know that some people's real lives are worse than a soap opera script. Our guests provide the best therapy, because they point people to Jesus, who has given them a new narrative. They have been made new, the old life is gone, they are living a new story that has to be shared!
Mary DeMuth has been a missionary in France with her family. She has written many books and lives to encourage other women. You will appreciate the depth of the Lord's healing in her life, when you hear what she has endured!
Simply put… God's strength shows up best in weak people. All over the world, through all the ages, the heart cry is the same… God—Do you see me, do you notice me, do you love me? Every day on this program, you hear from someone who has made the personal, life-changing discovery, that God loves them and is for them.
Psalm 31:19 is a favourite scripture:
How great is the goodness
you have stored up for those who fear you.
You lavish it on those who come to you for protection,
blessing them before the watching world.
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