Category Archives: Christian Living

Craving Milk

A few weeks ago I watched a deer run across the hay field beside my house. She stopped at the edge of the field and just stood there. After a few seconds, her spotted fawn emerged from the bushes. It … Continue reading

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Special Request

A minister ended his sermon by asking people to come to the front of the auditorium if they had a public decision to make, such as accepting Jesus Christ as their savior or transferring their church membership. He also said … Continue reading

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Take a Risk!

There is a story told about a time when humorist Will Rogers approached his friend Eddie Cantor for advice. It seems that Rogers was thinking about making some significant changes to his act, but he was worried about the dangers … Continue reading

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Slow Learners

Two men flew into a remote part of Canada to hunt elk. When their pilot returned to pick them up, he told them that he could only take four of the six elk they had shot, or else the weight … Continue reading

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Working Together

Two men were riding a bicycle built for two when they came to a hill that was very long and steep. It took a great deal of struggle for the men to complete what proved to be a very difficult … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead

Someone once said that there is a reason the rear view mirror is so small and the windshield is so large. We need to spend more time looking toward the future and less time dwelling on the past. True, we can learn … Continue reading

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Taking a Break

Every couple of years or so, I take an extended break from writing this blog. Now is one of those times. The Bible recommends an occasional long rest from your labors, so I am taking sort of a sabbatical for … Continue reading

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Federally Protected

Over the July 4th weekend a large group of people boated out to Sand Island, which is about a mile off the coast in Mobile Bay in Alabama. There they set up tents and volleyball nets and began to play. … Continue reading

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All She Wanted to Talk About

On the ride home from church one Sunday, a father asked his young daughter, “How was Sunday School class today?” “It was fine.” “Who was your teacher?” “I don’t remember her name, but she must have been Jesus’ grandmother because … Continue reading

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Raised

A little girl was quite sad and upset because her beloved cat had died. Her mother tried to cheer her up by pointing out that her cat was with God in heaven now. “Really?” the little girl asked. “I think … Continue reading

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