Tag Archives: 1 John 2:2

Eye of the Beholder

A mother once came to President Lincoln to ask him to spare the life of her son who had been sentenced to death. After listening to her pleading, Lincoln issued a pardon. As she left her meeting with the president, … Continue reading

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Smelly Business

I heard about a couple of fellows who had separate run-ins with skunks that proved to be quite unpleasant. The first guy was riding on a lawnmower close to the woods when he got hit by a shower of stink … Continue reading

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Curing All Disease

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his pediatrician wife, Priscilla Chan, recently announced that they will spend $3 billion over the next decade in an effort to “cure all diseases in our children’s lifetime.” They plan to bring scientists and engineers … Continue reading

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Savior of All

Cecil B. De Mille’s picture, The King of Kings, filmed during the silent movie era, was seen by countless millions of people. De Mille was once asked why he did not reproduce the movie with sound and color. He replied, … Continue reading

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Stains Removed

The carpets in our house were professionally cleaned about three-and-a-half years ago, just before we moved in. Some stains were removed, and the carpet looked like new. Recently, the stains have reappeared on the carpet. I thought it was strange, … Continue reading

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Cleans Wonderfully

My wife really likes a certain cleaning product that she uses around the house. I don’t want to get into product endorsement here, but this household helper really does a magical job of erasing dirt, grime and stains that have … Continue reading

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The Cost of Paradise

My wife and I have a friend who recently began a new job in Hawaii. Ever since she accepted the position, she joyfully anticipated her move to this tropical paradise. She reminded us often (too often if you ask me!) … Continue reading

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Free Ticket

Last week I went to see my nephew play in a high school All-Star football game. I followed a young married couple and their son—who was maybe 3 years old—from the parking lot to the stadium. As this family approached … Continue reading

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Death that Saves

On December 12, 2003, Sgt. Jarrod W. Black, 26, was killed when his convoy was hit by an explosive device in Iraq. He left behind two sons and a widow who was pregnant with their daughter. Sgt. Black was the … Continue reading

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Cured

Scientists announced yesterday that a baby who was born with the AIDS virus has apparently been cured. The Mississippi child, who is now 2-and-a-half years old, has been off medication for about a year with no signs of infection. Doctors … Continue reading

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