Tag Archives: Psalm 139

The Sanctity of Life

I write this on Friday, January 20, the day of the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Thousands of people will gather there to celebrate the sanctity of life. Some call them “foes of abortion”, “opponents of abortion rights”, … Continue reading

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Some Assembly Required

One of the most dreaded phrases in the English language is this—“some assembly required”. Those words strike fear in the hearts of people who are not at all handy at putting things together. Have you ever worked late into the … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Prayer

We usually feel quite safe when we are praying, and with good reason. When Christians pray we are having a conversation with our heavenly Father who loves us more than we could ever understand. When we pray we feel snug … Continue reading

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Inconsistent

The Lexington Herald-Leader reported the tragic death of a young mother who was gunned down outside her Lexington apartment. Maryiah Coleman, 22, died at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital shortly after the shooting. Coleman was 8 months pregnant, and the … Continue reading

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