Tag Archives: John 3:16

A Person’s Worth

Soccer star Neymar has just become the most expensive player in the history of the sport. A blockbuster deal that was completed Thursday sent Neymar from the Barcelona team to Paris Saint-Germain. The cost of the transfer? A mere $262 … Continue reading

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No Fear!

In 100 Meditations on Hope Wayne A. Lamb writes: In the midst of a storm, a little bird was clinging to the limb of a tree, seemingly calm and unafraid. As the wind tore at the limbs of the tree, … Continue reading

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Constant Reminder

Kelly Carr, editor of the Lookout magazine, writes about a friend of hers who visited with a minister toward the end of summer. Entering the office, he noticed a decorated Christmas tree in the corner. When asked about the tree, … Continue reading

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Lives Matter

To say that there is a lot of racial tension in our nation would be a great understatement. From questionable use of deadly force by police to the assassinations of police officers, the violence is appalling. Neither side seems to … Continue reading

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Good News for All

The good news about salvation through Jesus Christ is amazingly attractive to all people. It is simple enough for a young child to understand, yet deep enough to warrant the contemplation of deep-thinking scholars and philosophers. In his sacrificial death, … Continue reading

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Unlikely

Someone once pointed out that Christians are unlikely people called by an unlikely king to do unlikely things. Let’s take a closer look at that statement. First of all, who are we that God would take notice of us? The … Continue reading

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No Translation Problem

The Los Angeles Times once printed a sampling of signs from around the world that attempted to convey a message in English. In a hotel elevator in Paris: “Please leave your values at the front desk.” In a hotel in … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day 2015 found the Ohio State Buckeyes visiting the Michigan State Spartans for a Big Ten showdown in men’s basketball. The game had a thrilling finish. With the game tied and the game clock winding down, the Spartans had … Continue reading

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Scuffed

Sometimes I find coins on the road or sidewalk when I’m out walking. It’s not enough to make a significant difference in my retirement account, but it still is a small thrill to pick up a coin that has been … Continue reading

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Best Story

Pete Seeger–singer, song writer and long-time activist–died Monday at the age of 94. Mr. Seeger’s music influenced many singers who followed him, and he was always hoping to make a difference in the world with his songs. He once said, … Continue reading

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