Tag Archives: Christ died for us

The Star

Back during World War II a little boy and his father were out for a drive on Christmas Eve. As they drove by houses that were decorated for Christmas the boy noticed that many of the windows had a star. … Continue reading

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Meaningful Death

On a recent trip to Washington, D.C., my wife and I visited Arlington National Cemetery. As we moved through the grounds, we took notice of the distinctive grave markers. The symmetry of their color, shape, size and alignment is quite … Continue reading

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Helpless

In 1987, an 18-month-old toddler named Jessica fell into a well in Texas and was stuck 22 feet below the surface of the ground. While rescuers labored around the clock to save her, the nation prayed for “Baby Jessica”. After … Continue reading

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Welcome Substitute

When I was a scrawny 12-year-old, I used to tag along with some older boys and men who had a slow pitch softball team. Occasionally, they would be short of players, and in their desperation, they would actually let me … Continue reading

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