Tag Archives: Romans 12:15

Comforting Visit

Philip Yancey relays this story about Beethoven, a man not known for his social grace. Because of his deafness, he found conversation difficult and humiliating. When he heard of the death of a friend’s son, Beethoven hurried to the house, … Continue reading

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Two Hugs

As soon as I saw a certain lady at church last Sunday, I went over and gave her a hug. She was sad because her sister-in-law had just lost a long battle with cancer. A hug was the least I … Continue reading

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Bad Day

  My wife had a difficult day in the kitchen last Friday. First, she got distracted and forgot about the chili she was cooking. By the time she remembered to check on it, it had boiled over and made a … Continue reading

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Love Each Other

“Henceforth there will be such a oneness between us that when one weeps the other will taste salt.”—Author Unknown. Love is a costly decision. When you decide to love someone, you willingly agree to share the heartaches that inevitably come … Continue reading

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