Tag Archives: Romans 12:9

Lifeline

Many years ago a sailor at sea fell overboard. Someone quickly threw a rope to the man, who caught hold of it just before the ship passed by him. He knew that he must hold on to the rope with … Continue reading

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Sincere Love

I think it was Bob Hope who said, “Sincerity is the key to success. Once you’ve learned to fake that, you’ve got it made.” It’s hard to fake sincerity. People can usually spot a phony a mile away. Take, for … Continue reading

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Still a Foe

They’re still doing it. The mainstream media are showing their liberal bias by referring to us pro-lifers as “foes” of abortion. The terminology is meant to make us look like the bad guys while portraying those who would sanction the … Continue reading

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Good or Bad?

Those who watch their cholesterol levels know that not all cholesterol is the same. There are different kinds of cholesterol. To put it in layman’s terms, there is “good cholesterol” and “bad cholesterol”. The bad cholesterol clogs arteries and leads … Continue reading

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Better Way

The United Way of the Bluegrass (central Kentucky area) has just suspended $96,000 in annual funding to the Boy Scouts of America’s Blue Grass Council. The decision was made because of the Boy Scouts’ national policy of not allowing homosexuals … Continue reading

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Call It What It Is

Two Duncan, Oklahoma teenage boys were charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of an Australian baseball player. A third teen was accused of being an accessory to the crime. Christopher Lane, 22, of Melbourne, was shot in … Continue reading

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That’s a Shame!

Of all the classic lines delivered by Jerry Seinfeld in the iconic television show that bears his name, one of my favorites is—“That’s a shame!” This was often Jerry’s response to the news that someone had experienced some type of … Continue reading

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Up the Creek with a Paddle

Yesterday I took a short canoe trip up the Ohio River. The temperature was close to 100 degrees and the water was calm when I put in about a hundred yards from my house. In the hour-and-a-half I was on … Continue reading

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