Tag Archives: illustration

Sign of Strength and Majesty

I like this essay I found that was written by Earl Palmer, so I thought I would pass it along. “The religious and political leaders who were in power at the time misread the events of Jesus’ birth. When a … Continue reading

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Caught Napping

You know how you sometimes get sleepy after eating a big meal? That happened to me last week when my family got together for Thanksgiving. We enjoyed a huge feast, then I sat down on the couch to watch the … Continue reading

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What Method Do You Use?

One day a lady criticized D.L. Moody for his methods of evangelism in attempting to win people to the Lord. Moody’s reply was “I agree with you. I don’t like the way I do it either. Tell me, how do … Continue reading

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Are You Sure?

At a recent press conference, President Trump asked a reporter, “Are you sure you are a reporter?” I don’t know the context of the exchange, but I think that is a legitimate question to ask many who work in the … Continue reading

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Bosses and Leaders

A boss instills fear; a leader instills confidence. A boss creates resentment; a leader creates enthusiasm. A boss say, “I”; a leader says, “We.” A boss fixes blame; a leader fixes mistakes. A boss knows how; a leader shows how. … Continue reading

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What Love Is

Here is a collection of children’s responses to the question, “What is love?” “When my grandmother got arthritis, she couldn’t bend over and paint her toenails anymore. So my grandfather does it for her all the time, even when his … Continue reading

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Without Grumbling

A man decided to join a monastery that had a strict code of silence. Each monk was only allowed to speak once every five years, and then he was only allowed two words. The monk worked hard for five years, … Continue reading

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Heartfelt Prayer

“When you pray, rather let your heart be without words than your words without heart.”—John Bunyan. Have you ever wanted to pray about something, but you didn’t really know what to say to God? I know that I have felt … Continue reading

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Puppy Love

I’d like to share a story I heard from Randy Gariss. I am recalling this story from memory, so forgive me if I don’t tell it as well as Randy does. One day a fellow noticed that there was a … Continue reading

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Fire Prevention

October is Fire Prevention Month. People are being urged to be cautious so as not to start any kind of fire that might get out of control and do serious damage to life and property. Fire that is out of … Continue reading

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